Mat Ppam enough here to even make a complaint about for Frat, now talking to the 1SG about why this guy was chosen over others, with more experience is open for debate and should be discussed. SSG Join to see. Soldiers of different grades must be cognizant that their interactions do not create an actual or clearly predictable perception of undue familiarity between an officer and —35 enlisted Soldier, or between an NCO and a junior-enlisted Soldier. Or it could be one of the afore mentioned scenario s. How do you deal with fraternization in the unit between NCO and subordinate?
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It makes small numbers formidable, procures success to the weak, and esteem to all. George Washington Good order and discipline is imperative to the success of military organizations.
It is the bedrock upon which unit cohesion is built. Unit cohesion is the result of soldiers believ- ing that their unit treats them fairly and that the order and discipline is indeed good.
Sol- diers of all ranks must feel they belong to the "family. Building the "family" requires treating one another with dignity and respect. Positive per- sonal relationships are marks of good, solid interaction between soldiers of different rank.
The Army needs professional, caring interactions because they build vertical bonds which tie leaders and followers. The leader must be counted on to use good judgment, experience, and discretion to draw the line between relationships that are "destructive" and those that are "constructive. If soldiers believe that the chain of command is partial, un- fair, uses rank for personal gain, or is exploitive or coercive in nature, discipline breaks down and cohesion is destroyed.
Damage to the unit occurs when the chain of com- mand is compromised and even when soldiers simply believe it has been compromised. Real or imagined, the unit and the Army pay the price when relationships between its soldiers are, or are perceived to be, unprofessional.
Soldiers of all ranks meet and associate with each other in many settings, both on and off duty. These meetings and associations foster the trust and confidence necessary for mission accomplishment. Soldiers associating with one another are governed in part by " rank " relationships, which are a basic requirement for maintaining good order and dis- cipline. The new Army policy on relationships between soldiers of different rank reflects the need of the Military Services to have a standard policy.
Soldiers deserve a clear set of guide- lines for which interpersonal relationships are acceptable and which are not acceptable. This pamphlet is intended to assist soldiers, from our most senior leaders to our most junior soldier, in understanding the revised Army policy.
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