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Disrespect Nco

  1. Disrespecting An Nco
    except to see the soldier strive to success. But the influence of disrespecting NCOs and the consequences is something everyone should be aware of. For many reasons...
  2. Nco Disrespect Towarsds
    There is many different ways and forms of disrespecting an NCO. One way that you could disrespect an NCO is the way you talk, move, facial movements, how your voice...
  3. Nco Respect
    tolerated and two is to give clear understanding of the impact that disrespecting an NCO has on others. The NCO corps has to demand respect from everyone lower...
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09/09/2011 06:10 AM
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On February 20, 2010, during CrossFit Training at the H6 gym My NCO was telling me how to properly perform an exercise we call a “Thruster”. He informed me to point my toes straight and to lead with my ass, after my first attempt I could not complete a repetition so I dropped my weight and went on to doing the pull-ups, as I went back to the “Thrusters” “Buck” told me to try a lighter weight so I went to the 65lb bar and I did 5 correct “Thrusters” in which “Buck” Said “You could’ve done more” I responded back to him by saying “I know….I just feel like it today”. My NCO then said “If you’re not going to come and give your all….then why come at all” in which I responded “Shut up”. I was telling myself to shut up so I wouldn’t say something that would get me into even more trouble but My NCO took it like I was speaking to him, in any case I was not performing by my Seven Army Values, or showing any type of military bearing.
In my first paragraph I will talk about the Seven Army Values and the importance of them in the army. In the US army we are taught to live by the Seven Army Values. They are broken down to us in the acronym “LDRSHIP”. Loyalty “Bear true faith and allegiance to the U.S. constitution, the Army, and other soldiers.” Duty “Fulfill your obligations.” Respect “Treat people as they should be treated.” Selfless Service “Put the welfare of the nation, the Army and your subordinates above your own.” Honor “Live up to the army values.” Integrity “Do what’s right legally and morally.” and Personal Courage “Face fear, danger or adversity (physical or moral).” We are all drilled on these 7 army values from day one of basic training. First we commit them to memory. Then we learn to live by them.
Duty to me is accomplishing a task that needs to be done, no matter how much you’d rather be doing something else. Whether you love it or hate it. The task is there to be done. If one does not fulfill their duties on a regular basis, then those around them have to...
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