Now first-off I am not one of those officers that goes seeking salute, all I expect if I cross path with an enlisted man/woman is a salute and greeting of the day. It's the same thing I expect myself to do when I come across a superior officer. Lately I have had a string of incidents where blatantly an E-3/4/sometimes 5 (never SNCOs though) will see me and just walk straight passed me with no greeting of the day or salute. Granted, this is a small minority of incidents but I feel if it isn't addressed/corrected it will continue to become an accepted habit. Other than saying "PVT, go back and do it again" or "Is your arm broken today?" is there a more tactful way of correction? Just to be clear I am not writing this because I think I definitely deserve those salutes now that I have my bar, moreso I find customs and courtesies an integral part of military discipline and wish to seem them upheld.