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You should not disrespect a commissioned officer because it is demeaning to their rank. A commissioned officer has been appointed they’re rank by the United. States Congress which makes them far more valuable an asset to the Army than enlisted personnel. An officer is there to lead his or her soldiers by personal example. For an enlisted person to disrespect a commissioned officer it lessens their ability to properly train their soldiers because they are more focused on the disrespect they received from that enlisted personnel. A enlisted personnel is just supposed to receive orders and complete them in a expediate manner. They have longer training in many more different ways than enlisted personnel. If you disrespect a commissioned officer you can get counseled, corrective action or, Uniform Code of Military Justice. As a Private you should always do as you’re told. It can lead to an article fifteen or even sometimes being chaptered out of the Army. You can also lose money and rank. If you want the respect of a Commissioned Officer, you have to show them the proper respect at all times. You should always follow orders and do the right thing when they are not around and when they are around. Even if you do not agree with what you were told to do, you should do it anyway. Because it was a direct order. Following orders are important. If you do as you are told it will keep you out of trouble and possibly help with promotions later on. Disrespect should not be tolerated. If you show a Commissioned Officer the proper respect, they will show you the proper respect. Commissioned Officers deserve the proper respect. As enlisted you should know your place in the chain of command.
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