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Nco of the Army

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Nco of the Army

Nco Of The Army

When it comes to respect in the Army I feel that yes as a junior enlisted you must respect the rank of NCO's. But in my personal opinion there are two forms of respect, respect for the rank, and respect for the person. Respect for the rank is something that the army requires from its lower enlisted, due to the fact that the NCO has more experience, knowledge, and time in service. The Army sees these soldiers as leaders that soldiers should follow. I think that respect is a two way street. To get respect you have to give respect. Respect is neither a right nor a privilege; it is something that you earn over time through your actions. Though in the army it is expected of all lower enlisted to respect in what I would call the new definition of the word with is a type of fear that is implanted into the new soldiers.

Earned respect builds a stronger relationship between people, can be more specific then demanded respect, and is more stable than demanded respect. Also, true respect must be built on experience, and therefore it is not right to just demand it. Earned respect builds relationship between people. When another person earns your respect you work harder

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