I've just recieved an LOR for something that I feel is complete bullshit. I've gone three years with absolutely no negative paper work or verbal warnings, and all of a sudden I get to Alaska and within a month, I get an LOR for disrespect towards an NCO. Now, just like all "slap on the wrists" we recieve, the incident that got me the paper work was compounded with other incidents. Without getting into to much of a story, this is what happened since I've been here. 1. Chronic knee injury for 7 months, new doctor literally rolls her eyes at me and tells me to get out of the office. I tell her what I need, and if she is wasn't going to prescribe it to me, I had the right to see another doctor for a second opinion. =She calls my shirt and tells him I was very demanding and argumentative. 2. Walk into shop chiefs office, say good afternoon, and sit down. =Senior NCO, says I disrespected him by not standing up, shaking his hand, and waiting to be seated. 3.Walked into First Shirts office for a talk about moving off base, (after previously walking in and acknowledging him) walk back in when my shop cheifs are now sitting, sit down and put my hat on my knee. =Disrespected shirt by not showing common courtesy. Keep in mind this man was leaned back, and didn't make any gesture what so ever to shake my hand or anything. The first thing out of the shirt's mouth was, "I like how you waltzed in here, plopped down in your seat, crossed your legs, and dropped your hat on your knee. You're arrogant, and have a lack of military bearing." What can I do to fight this? Thanks.