Formations across the Defense Department have until early April to hold one-day stand-downs on the topic of domestic extremism, aimed at reminding service members of the limits of free-speech in the military, with some training on what is and isn’t authorized.

If your unit has already completed its stand-down, we want to know how it went: How many people were involved, how it was conducted, what kinds of questions and answers came up, and did you learn anything? Responses may be included in a Military Times story, with names withheld for privacy.

If you have any thoughts, please send them to mmyers@militarytimes.com.

Meghann Myers is the Pentagon bureau chief at Military Times. She covers operations, policy, personnel, leadership and other issues affecting service members.

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