Just throwing this out there, but the one thing that the Army never seems to take into account is when a Soldier decides rank doesn't matter anymore, be it their own, or someone else's, thus the old saying "do what your rank can handle". With that being said, nothing will change if you do nothing about it, if you don't speak up either to your chain of command, a counselor, a battle buddy or a chaplain. You have a voice, and the power to change you situation. I always tell my Soldiers the greatest weapon you have against your enemy is to do well and prosper. Also if you present a problem to your leadership, always have a solution, otherwise it just sounds like whining.