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.
I think that respect is taught by example, as most good things are.
The main thing is to treat other people how you would like to be treated and treat them how they treat you.
Further punishments will be given out to you if these are not followed to every specific detail. Earned respect builds a stronger relationship between people, can be more specific then demanded respect, and is more stable than demanded respect.
Some people say that you should give respect to everyone. Also, true respect must be built on experience, and therefore it is not right to just demand it. When another person earns your respect you work harder to have that same respect returned to you.
They would motivate you and maybe even go out of their way to make an effort to help guide you back onto the right track.
When you dont get this, you feel like your not worth it or going anywhere.
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.