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98 airmen have died by suicide so far in 2020, Air Force chief says
“The stressors that we have are much different than the stressors we had last year"
The Air Force said this colonel was an incredibly toxic leader. Then she was promoted to one-star general
Despite the investigation’s damning conclusions, Jennifer Grant was promoted to brigadier general on July 2.
A proposed law would let troops get mental healthcare without having to let their units know
The Navy failed Brandon Caserta. Now lawmakers want to help other service members from dying by suicide.
This former Air Force colonel survived two suicide attempts. He wants you to know life doesn’t have to hurt so much
"One problem is we can call this or that number or call the chaplain, without realizing the person in that dark space doesn’t want help. We’ve got to give them a reason to call that number."
Suicide in the Military
The military is caught up in a national suicide epidemic.
SecDef Esper: the Pentagon has no answer on preventing future military suicides
"You mourn for the families and for their shipmates," Esper said. "I wish I could tell you we have an answer to prevent future further suicides in the armed services. We don't."
‘Everybody’s overworked’ — string of Navy suicides raises concerns over sailor stress and toxic leadership
Navy officials say there's no apparent connection between three suicides in one week aboard the USS George H.W. Bush, but others argue there is a connection — their command
Air Force chief orders stand down to combat rising number of suicides
"Someone in your organization is feeling hopeless and they may be thinking that suicide is the answer. Given them better options. Let's lead them to a better answer'
Yes, your supportive texts to your battle buddy actually help prevent military suicide, study says
Military service members who are at risk for suicide may be less likely to attempt to harm themselves when they receive supportive text messages, a U.S. study suggests
This Vet Is Raising Suicide Awareness By Riding Over 400 Miles — In His Wheelchair
Former Army military police Sgt. Josh Geartz is riding 422 miles to raise awareness about the 20 veterans who take...
Report: Military Suicide On The Rise
A report by the Pentagon’s Defense Suicide Prevention Office found that in the third quarter of 2015, the military saw...