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(p. 306) Transitioning through the Deployment Cycle 

(p. 306) Transitioning through the Deployment Cycle
(p. 306) Transitioning through the Deployment Cycle

Sherrie L. Wilcox

and Michael G. Rank

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date: 19 January 2021

Military personnel and their families are both affected by deployment. While much emphasis is placed on the post-deployment transition, it is important to assist both service members and their families throughout the deployment cycle. Early intervention is key to preventing physical and psychological injuries in military personnel and their families.

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