Preventing Soldier suicides: One month of awareness won't fix the problem

Statistics on suicide in the military seem cold. Rational. Impersonal. But suicide itself is anything but cold and rational -- it's ugly and, even when you think you know what to do, it seems impossible to fight. The Army Medical Command calls......READ MORE

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Army Medicine provides a high quality, safe and consistent patient experience, influences healthier lifestyles and behaviors, focuses on health readiness, injury and illness prevention, saves lives, and enables optimal health outcomes in support of the Total Army.

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LTG Patricia D. Horoho, Army Surgeon General and Commander, U.S. Army Medical Command

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