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I am a SPC and in my section we have some privates who have a problem with obedience, discipline, and have a lack of respect toward myself and other SPC's.

Am I allowed to correctivly train these privates, if so how. and if available please provide a reference
 
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That would depend on your unit, some units have unwritten rules like that, but unless you are in a leadership position as a SPC then the answer is no. I would be up to your sqd ldr or team ldr to correct those privates.
 
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ok thank you
 
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Google E4 mafia.

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When I was a Specialist, my squad lead and team leader came into my barracks room and told me to get those "privates" in line. But that was the old days. Smiler
 
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You have to set ground rules with them. There's no regulations that states it but you have to let them know you don't operate like that. I know in combat arms units PVTs stand at parade rest for PV2s and PFCs. I would definitely go to my change of command with the issues.
 
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i am in combat arms.. 19D, and that shit definatly doesnt happen in my unit
 
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It depends on your position. If you are a team leader or acting squad leader, then it would seem reasonable for you to administer corrective training. Talk with your first line NCO and platoon Sergeant and see what his/her take is on it. I'm not too keen on junior enlisted standing at parade rest for other junior enlisted regardless of rank or position, but when I was with the 82nd that was the how we conducted business. Regardless of rank, any Soldier can make an on the spot correction.
 
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