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This instructor guide provides content from which instructors can draw when leading the Hazing Prevention and Response: Training for Military Leaders class. Through a series of PowerPoint slides and discussion topics addressing hazing in the U.S. military, the class is intended to assist military leaders (enlisted and officers) with hazing prevention and response efforts. The class is designed to be interactive and can be particularly useful as part of precommand courses or during appropriate points in professional military education. The class defines hazing, gives examples of hazing in the military context, and summarizes several misconceptions about hazing. It also describes hazing-related policies and discusses strategies for leaders to help prevent and respond effectively to hazing.

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