Firstly, your particular comment “You’re supposed to teach them drills, not train their fitness” is extremely biased. There was only one time where you voiced out about me going overboard with pumping, and that was when we first took over not too long. I listened to you, I cut down on the pumping. Then you had no qualms about it anymore. All of you say that all I do is scream and shout until my veins pop. Then pump. Then scream and shout some more. That is not true. I do that only when their standard is extremely bad that particular activity. And when the part is so big that not shouting would cause only half the part to pay attention and the other half daydreaming. When I take a section of about 9 or 10, I practically never pump at all, unless the condition of “extremely bad standard” is met. And even then it’s just a generic “You are Part B, bla bla bla,” and 20 pumping. I teach them the drill, then let them practice and clarify doubts. Then I test them for any mistakes, correct their mistakes, and retest, so on and so forth until I deem it up to standard, then I incorporate it into everyday drilling. It’s been proven to work. I did that for the whole of the annual camp when it was a section-level training period. They picked up the drill fast, they hammered out their mistakes fast. It was good. In my section’s reflection booklets, they said that I showed a more fun side of me and I did not pump as much, and I would put in stories and jokes into training to make it less of a bore.
Secondly, the C/offr who was present last Wednesday explicitly said that I am not to interfere with Part A, Part B, Part C training. If anything, I am only to do background stuff like S1 and S4. The extent of my participation in any form of training would be following them in PT. And now you are telling me to take them for retest. What am I to you? You strip me of my post, then tell me to do exactly what that post entails. My job description now bans me from doing that. Unless you get everybody, and I mean everybody, who made this particular decision to strip my post to tell me straight to my face that I am to help you do the retest. Otherwise, I will say no. I am just abiding to the rules that was set for me.
Finally, I’m sure you’ll pull some argument that I was not supposed to mention this on the internet, on any form of social media. However, the same aforementioned C/offr also said that the people involved in the making of the decision would keep it a secret. The only person who had the right to say anything, to any extent whatsoever, was me. Who I tell it to, how much I tell, is all up to me. That is what I was promised. But you told YZ. Please tell me how that is keeping your end of the agreement. Also, I told the Part B that I won’t be taking them any more. I explicitly said that the reason why will not be disclosed to them. And you said that you will tell them the next activity on that post itself. Please, for the love of God, tell me how that is keeping your end of the agreement.
That is all.
Edit: In fact, that was this one time where we were doing PT with them and they were doing rounds around the lake. After I saw the large number of gaps between each person, I shouted, “Every gap I see you all owe me 5.”, to get them to cover up the gaps and whatnot. Then you went and counted the number of people present that day, then proceed to conclude that there would be XX number of gaps and ergo, 5XX pumping. -.-