Mental Health in the U.S. Military
Mental health in the military: Increasing rates of suicide, depression, and substance abuse raise concerns about mental illness in the armed forces. What's being done to assess and treat mental health problems in the U.S. military.
senior national security correspondent, National Journal magazine.
Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown University and Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown Law School.
John E. Tyson Distinguished Professor of Medicine and Public Health, and Vice President for External Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. He is the former Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs).
served in the Army from 2000 to 2003. She is a volunteer with the non profit organization 'Give an Hour.' Give an Hour is dedicated to meeting the mental health needs of the troops and families affected by the ongoing conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
is a Major in the Army now based in Fort Riley, Kansas. He served two terms in Iraq.