Military Hazing - Tell Your Story
My nephew, Marine Lance Corporal Harry Lew, was a victim of hazing. It killed him. No service member should face such treatment - and that is why I am calling on our nation's military leadership to institute a zero-tolerance policy on hazing.
Service members and their families from all over the country have been sharing their hazing stories with me since Harry's death. These stories are very important - they show that hazing in the military isn't isolated to a few cases, but is instead part of a pervasive culture that looks the other way and even encourages hazing. I will be sharing these stories with top military leaders, the media, and Members of Congress. Although I cannot promise to solve any problems you may be experiencing with the military, I can tell you that your stories matter. We need more people to step forward to help shine a light on this issue. If we work together we can put a stop to military hazing. And I hope you will share your story with me through this form.
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