Respect for Ncos

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Respect and what it means By: -PFC- C, Mullins Respect it is something everyone wants, not many have, and few will give. Some people would appreciate having a little bit of respect from others, and some should make efforts to show some more respect. Unfortunately, this does not happen all the time. Maybe this is because respect is not clearly understood. What is respect? The dictionary defines it as an act of giving particular attention or high or special regard. Another definition shows respect as a feeling or attitude of admiration and deference toward somebody or something. This does not explain completely what it is, but at least it gives us an idea about what it may be. it is something that you earn over time through your…show more content…
There are advantages and disadvantages to all methods. The advantage of the teacher or the students setting rules is that the decision maker gets to implement all his rules and his expectations are being met with. However the foremost disadvantage here would be, if the teacher alone sets the ground rules they may suit the teacher more than the student, whereas if the students makes the ground rules it could achieve the opposite effect. By following the chain of command and keeping respect for ones officers and NCOs the day to day working relationship should and dose run smoother Respect also consides with your battle buddy. Your battle buddies are in the same shoes you are. You are supposed to be able to trust one another. With that trust tasks and situations can be resolved and accomplished much easier and faster. Without having that respect nothing will be accomplished but arguments, and fights, in my own experiences battle buddies are also friends... Greater orders mean bigger consequences. Military members who fail to obey the lawful orders of their superiors risk serious consequences. Without soldiers having respect for their officers, NCOs and fellow soldiers nothing would get accomplished in the

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