There is never a reason ever to disrespect a NCO. For one, it’s not worth the trouble; you could end up getting an article 15, which would mean loss of rank, extra duty, and the army takes some of your pay to. It’s better to just take the ass chewing, and say roger Sgt. If I had just kept my military bearing I wouldn’t have to write this 10000 word essay, I should have just let it go. But, I failed in keeping my military bearing.
What exactly is military Bearing? Well according to a term paper on a website called Term Paper Lab “In the United States NAVY, military bearing is the root in which every service member practices in order to carry out good discipline and ethics throughout ones military careers. The Eleven General Orders of a Sentry, The Articles of the UCMJ, as well as our own Sailors Creed illustrates how a military service member should conduct himself or herself on a daily basis, on and off duty.
Dependability is a major aspect of military bearing. Without dependability, one can neither perform properly in the workspace nor be depended upon by their coworkers, or chain of command to carry out their military duties adequately. A military member is required to be punctual, and reliable. Lack of this in a service member not only hinders the mission of the command but of the entire NAVY.” In the glossary for JROCT: Military Bearing - This refers to a cadet's posture, expression and behavior. A cadet demonstrates military bearing when he or she maintains the appropriate posture, facial expression, attire and self-controlled behavior. Both of these defined Military Bearing well. I myself failed to do these things. I didn’t maintain proper facial expression, I lost myself-control, and I said things I should not of said.
There are many ways to show disrespect
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