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(p. 91) Mental Health Advisory Teams 

(p. 91) Mental Health Advisory Teams
(p. 91) Mental Health Advisory Teams

A. David Mangelsdorff

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date: 28 January 2021

Between October 2001 and June 2012, over 1.6 million military personnel deployed to combat operations supporting the Global War on Terrorism. Mental Health Advisory Teams (MHAT) deployed annually from 2003 to 2010 to assess mental health issues and examine changes in the combat environments in a continuous health improvement process.

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