Speck Jr., medic, Headquarter and Headquarter Company, 854th Engineer Battalion, and Reading, Pa., native, hugs his son, Elias, after returning from deployment in March 2014. The Army is one team and each of us has something to contribute." Speck believes respect goes a step further and also involves the approach of how you treat people, not just the act. And self-respect is a vital ingredient with the Army value of respect, which results from knowing you have put forth your best effort. Respect is trusting that all people have done their jobs and fulfilled their duty.
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.
Respect is found in the same way as disrespect but for the sign of Respect is that the person shows you their upmost attention to every detail that is put out to the person.
We need to respect high rank officers but we do not need to respect the person its self out of uniform.
You gain respect from the person, not everyone has respect for each other.
Speck Jr., medic, Headquarter and Headquarter Company, 854th Engineer Battalion, and Reading, Pa., native, meets his daughter, Isla, for the first time upon his return from deployment in March 2014. - Respect is usually visible in the way someone treats those around them, whether peers, subordinates or superiors. "He's been the go-to guy for anything involving medical," said Capt.
Army Reserve Soldier, this is seen in his day-to-day interactions. Speck is the battalion medic, responsible for nine medics and a driving force for medical solutions in the battalion.
Respect is one the 7 Army Values and probably one of the most important in today’s Army.
Discipline also works alongside respect even though it is not one of the Army Value’s; it falls under Self-less Service.
If I see an NCO or officer appointed over myself not doing the right thing, some soldiers if not I will continue my behavior thinking is it correct.
But now the ehavior has been passed on and leaders will have a harder time dealing with their soldiers.