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Lawsuit: Fayetteville police wrongly arrested suicidal soldier, lawyers failed to defend him

The former soldier's lawyer said he should get nearly $7.7 million — $300 for each hour he was jailed.


Inside Virginia's new plan to fight military suicides

The program aims to erase gaps in community programs and services for military families


Army suicides usually decrease during wartime. New data shows that’s no longer the case

One hopeful sign is that once the military began to focus on reducing suicides, the rates actually fell.


Navy suicides could reach a record high in 2019

"That trend is unacceptable," Rear Adm. Philip Sobeck, director, 21st Century Sailor, told reporters on Thursday. "We are looking at every aspect of why that trend continues, at least for the last three years. We're determined not to allow it to continue the way it's going."