The Last Battle: Efforts to provide mental health care for war veterans falling shortQuicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|In 2012, the military and the VA have done more than ever to respond to the anguish of men and women who are haunted by war. But there is little evidence that the tide has turned in the battle. Too many service members suffering from mental health problems still are not being identified until they get into trouble. Suicides are climbing. Commanders struggle with the twin demands of monitoring the mental health of their soldiers while maintaining focus on their core mission of training for war.|
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