Disrespect by words may be conveyed by abusive epithets or other contemptuous or denunciatory language. Disrespect by acts includes neglecting the customary salute or showing a marked disdain, indifference, insolence, impertinence, undue familiarity, or other rudeness in the presence of the superior officer. It is not essential that the disrespectful behavior is in the presence of the superior, but ordinarily, one should not be held accountable under this article for what was said or done in a purely private conversation. A superior commissioned officer whose conduct in relation to the accused under all the circumstances departs substantially from the required standards appropriate to that officer’s rank or position under similar circumstances loses the protection of this article.That accused may not be convicted of being disrespectful to the officer who has so lost the entitlement to respect protected by Article 89.I think that respect is taught by example, as most good things are.
Most people, when treated decently will treat others the same way.
Thats just not the way it has ever turned out in my time in the military.
Respect is found in the same way as disrespect but for the sign of Respect is that the person shows you their upmost attention to every detail that is put out to the person.
Obeying an order from a NCO or commissioned officers is highly respect in the military world the proper way to respect an NCO or commissioned officer is by standing at the proper position for an NCO it will be standing at parade rest for a commissioned officer the soldier or personnel addressing the officer will stand at attention if the soldier of personnel does not do the proper actions then there will be an on the spot correction unless given the order to either stand at ease or rest then you can stand at any position you want, but overall if you are ddress to do something by a NCO or commissioned officer then you need to do that order.
Or is unhappy and takes his anger out on everyone else around him. Not following the punishments will further dig you a hole, a hole that you will not even care to climb back out of because theres nothing really worth sticking around for when you do.
Sometimes its hard to respect someone when you know you just flat out dont really see eye to eye with them.
Its almost as if your not allowed to disagree with anyone higher ranking with you in the army. Their punishments need to be followed so that you can show that you can follow orders and so that they can see you do the right thing to make up for what you did wrong.
A good non commissioned officer will want to see you push back and recover from your slip up and not set you back up for failure.
Further punishments will be given out to you if these are not followed to every specific detail. Earned respect builds a stronger relationship between people, can be more specific then demanded respect, and is more stable than demanded respect.
Some people say that you should give respect to everyone. Also, true respect must be built on experience, and therefore it is not right to just demand it. When another person earns your respect you work harder to have that same respect returned to you.