You can try but things just dont always end up for the best sometimes.
Respect is one the 7 Army Values and probably one of the most important in today’s Army.
Its almost as if your not allowed to disagree with anyone higher ranking with you in the army. Their punishments need to be followed so that you can show that you can follow orders and so that they can see you do the right thing to make up for what you did wrong.
A good non commissioned officer will want to see you push back and recover from your slip up and not set you back up for failure.
Disrespect by words may be conveyed by abusive epithets or other contemptuous or denunciatory language. Disrespect by acts includes neglecting the customary salute or showing a marked disdain, indifference, insolence, impertinence, undue familiarity, or other rudeness in the presence of the superior officer. It is not essential that the disrespectful behavior is in the presence of the superior, but ordinarily, one should not be held accountable under this article for what was said or done in a purely private conversation. A superior commissioned officer whose conduct in relation to the accused under all the circumstances departs substantially from the required standards appropriate to that officer’s rank or position under similar circumstances loses the protection of this article.
That accused may not be convicted of being disrespectful to the officer who has so lost the entitlement to respect protected by Article 89.Self-less Service leads to teamwork and encompasses discipline and is most effective when all soldiers can expect and give mutual espect to their fellow soldiers.When a person first enters the Army they are taught and instilled into our brain the meaning of respect within the military.Even if its not deserved or given back to you, its still the rules of the military to show them the proper respects.Not showing them respect will result in getting yourself in unecissary trouble that will make yourself look bad infront of your other superiors.Knowledge may be proved by circumstantial evidence. Disrespectful behavior is that which detracts from the respect due the authority and person of a superior commissioned officer.It may consist of acts or language, however, expressed, and it is immaterial whether they refer to the superior as an officer or as a private individual.It pretty much means to treat people with the proper respect as they should be treated.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.Disrespecting any, especially a higher ranking official, typically happens to members who cannot control their temper and lack the discipline to acknowledge discrepancies in civil discourse.The military prides itself on discipline and military order.