Non-commissioned Officer Essay

Submitted By saito1188
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What are the Importance of Orders, Tasks, and Duties given by a Non Commissioned Officer and A Commissioned Officer?
To obey an order means to comply with or fulfill the commands, restrictions, wishes, or instructions of that specific person. We are taught as children to obey our higher-ups. Starting from our parents, teachers, managers, police officers and etc… The reason I started off with this is because, I think that the army has the same basis as when you are a child and being taught by your parents. When a soldier first enlists in the army you take an oath and in that oath you say I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice.” Right there you are making a promise to the United States Military. Before you even put on the uniform, you promise you’ll obey the orders of the President and the orders of the officers appointed over you that also include a Non Commissioned Officer. When a task is given by a Non Commission Officer you are supposed to jump up and do its not to be argued with… like soldiers now days want to know the reason what’s the purpose on the task. Back in the 80’s if a Non Commissioned Officer was too given a task it was like yes Sargent and do the task until completion. I have seen it time and time again, when a soldier is given a task that they complain on why do I have to do it there should be no reason to ask on why should you have to do the task. The task is given then you follow no questions ask just do. When I first joined the Army, and went to basic training. I got drilled on how to address a Commissioned Officer and a Non Commissioned Officer. You