Also, it helps recognizing and acknowledging all our leaders who and what purpose they are in this U. Army to give them the proper courtesies of their position and/or Title.
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.
Speck Jr., medic, Headquarter and Headquarter Company, 854th Engineer Battalion, and Reading, Pa., native, hugs his son, Elias, after returning from deployment in March 2014. The Army is one team and each of us has something to contribute." Speck believes respect goes a step further and also involves the approach of how you treat people, not just the act.
And self-respect is a vital ingredient with the Army value of respect, which results from knowing you have put forth your best effort.
Sometimes in the Military we often lack respect when we don’t truly understand the meaning of the word.
We throw around the word 'respect' very glibly, as a single cure-all for everything we do.
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.
Do the direct order now not later or put it off because it is disobeying a direct order from a NCO or commissioned officer and that will lead to consequences ranging from counseling to UCMJ punishment because of a disobeyed a direct order from an NCO or commissioned officer.
"He knows his job well, he knows who to talk to, he knows who the target audience is in order to get the medical readiness correct overall for our entire battalion." The Army defines respect as: "Treat people as they should be treated.
Lawrence Lee, commander, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 854th Engineer Battalion.