Disrespecting a Non-Commissioned Officer is a touchy and /or susceptible subject. What may appear to one someone as neglect may not appear to another person as being so.
Disrespecting a Non-Commissioned Officer
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In the NCO Creed it says I know my spends and will always purport their needs above my own. I bring this up for the fact that Non Commissioned Officers should know ab step up their soldiers and understand that soldiers reactions may not always seem as they appear. A soldiers suggestion may be because it is the best for them. Non-commissioned Officers truly do not know full of what a soldiers needs be. This is not to be interpreted as a sign of indifference just now to be taken how things can be taken by different serve up members reactions and express themselves should not always be taken as disrespect but as how the member conducts them self.
The online dictionary defines disrespect as an expression of lack of respect and a fashion that is generally disrespectful and contemptuous. I define disrespect as putting one down verbally, physical and or emotionally.A couple examples of how one may think is disrespect may or may not be.Someone is walking and calls out a rank and name of a person they destiny to talk to, just to get their attention and is told to go to order of battle rest before they had the chance to even get to formula talking range is not disrespect.
But if a person is standing in front of them and dont go to parade rest before talking with the person who they are talking to is disrespect. Now an example of when it is on the line is when you are in a group typesetting and you are just chafe jacking and whatever you can say that could be disrespect but it also could just be a jester of acculturation (IE getting to know your soldiers and what they do on in that respect moody times so you have a better thought of your subordinates and peers)