A medical response team triages a patient in “Warrior’s Way” at the Craig Joint Theater Hospital, Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, during a mass casualty exercise Oct. 30, 2016.
A Soldier Went To The ER For Help. He Got Disciplined Instead
There appears to be a mismatch between what the Army says about seeking help with mental health issues and what it does.
Two of the leading causes of U.S. Army Reserve suicides in 2013 were due to relationship issues and problems with finances. A panel review of the 57 Army Reserve suicides that year examined many of the underlying causes and outlined a way ahead to prevent future suicide attempts.  (U.S. Army photo by Timothy L. Hale/Released)
What Happens When Veterans Receive Bad Paper Discharges?
Discharges for misconduct are on the rise military wide, but this behavior could be the result of post-traumatic stress or a traumatic brain injury. It is up to the military to sort through undeserved bad papers.