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(p. 143) Suicide in the Military 

(p. 143) Suicide in the Military
(p. 143) Suicide in the Military

M. David Rudd

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date: 26 October 2020

Suicide in the military has received considerable attention since the Global War on Terror was launched, with rates increasing across all branches of the service and more than doubling among U.S. Army personnel. The potentially unique nature of risk in the military is explored, along with discussion of prevention and treatment efforts.

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