Reasons on why Soldiers should not disrespect NCO's:
Well first an NCO is a person, human being just like yourself, and despite if you are right or wrong, they are always right, until situation is correctly handled and justified! Just my opinion, but anyways the consequences with disrespecting NCO's are as follows:
1. Corrective training
2. Constant observing on what you're going to do next
3. Getting put on details all the time
4. Your name getting called out about every negative situation pertaining you
5. Counseling's(Article 15)
7. Jail time
Corrective training could be anything from smoking the soldier, which means usually excessive pt until the soldier throws up or probably passes out! Or it could be something like show up somewhere at an odd time of night and sign in every hour, by the hour, or etc.
Constant observing on what you're going to do next
In my opinion, this means basically seeing if that particular person is going to mess up once again! But depending on the NCO that you have, they might even see if you have improved in that area.
Getting put on details
That's basically what it is, details continuous!
Your name getting called out about every negative situation pertaining you
This most likely would be used when there is some type of holiday, class, event, etc., when briefing is taking place( Benefits other soldiers)!
When you get an Article 15, this is like a warning!
Firstly, UCMJ stands for the Uniform Code of Military Justice, and this is something that you do not want! Now once you have acquired a good amount of Article 15's, it will lead you to a UCMJ! Or you can get a UCMJ for other reasons like, using drugs, fighting, and etc.
Just like it says, after a UCMJ there will Jail time!