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20 November 2010

Can the Army's new suicide prevention plan really work? ( - 29 July 2010)

Atlanticcom Will the pervasive military culture allow the Army's new suicide prevention plan to work?


The U.S. Army's Task Force on Suicide Prevention released a comprehensive report this morning, assessing the Army's now-acute suicide problem and outlining the leadership's plans to confront it. General Peter W. Chiarelli, the Army's vice chief of staff, briefed Congress on its contents yesterday. Though some are calling the report a blueprint for suicide prevention, Colonel Christopher Philbrick, head of the Task Force under General Chiarelli, maintains it's just part of an ongoing process...

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