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LTC Stephen F.
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I was hazed in basic training. We were required to do cutaways - front leaning rest to parade rest over asphalt. There were a few other hazing activities and this was at the tail end of the Vietnam war SFC Joe S. Davis Jr., MSM, DSL. I was not hazed when I went through West Point as a cadet. Everything I went through had a purpose from learning how to function under duress, through memorization and quick scanning of information with analysis required on the spot, to discipline. The lessons I learned at West Point helped me a great deal throughout my career and in civilian life as well.
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Military Family
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The hazing even thou not right,it makes you a better man.
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SMSgt Minister Gerald A. "Doc" Thomas
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AF realty never had hazing problems outside the academies and tech schools in quite some time.
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