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Are there any rules or considerations a leader of a military unit or volunteer organization overseas (OCONUS) should be aware of that are different from someone holding that same position back in the continental United States (CONUS)?  
As a leader of a military unit or other type of organization overseas, it is important to remember that you are, in a sense, an ‘ambassador for the US.’ Your actions reflect those of all Americans. Therefore, it is important that you respect host nation laws, customs, traditions, and beliefs. Where possible (and applicable), try to coordinate events and activities with your host nation partners. This helps build a positive relationship with your host nation partners and also provides an opportunity for members of your organization to be exposed to new cultures.
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