This last post was from Feb 2005.
ArmyDoc, I dont think its the most productive way of leadership at all. A senior officer needs to be checking his/her email and sitting in the cheap seats, and leave that kinda work to the senior nco's to worry about. But hey whatever, im just a SSG, with my 2 cents. However if they outranked me, then I'd just get down and start knocking em out. "hooah sir" Pushups never been a thing to me, and I have not see a soldier "dropped" on the floor ever. But hey, it's free pt, right. I am usually good for 80-90 before I have to take my first break anyhow. Eventually I'm sure he has to go check his email or go brief the commander on something. And not to mention more importantly, It would behoove him to let me get back to taking care of the PATIENT, which is what we are all there for.
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