Operation Deep Dive to be conducted in Cincinnati; Syracuse, N.Y.; Mobile, Ala.; Houston; Charlotte, N.C.; Indianapolis; and Las Vegas
Veterans may be more likely to commit suicide during the first year after they leave the military than after more time passes, a U.S. study suggests.
U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Mark Graham knew his son, an ROTC cadet who was studying to be a military physician, was struggling with sadness, but said he didn’t realize the depth of his depression until it was too late.
Stopping the “mental health crisis” that leads to military veterans’ suicides was the goal of a workshop here Saturday that highlighted warning signs shown by such veterans.
Find Your Job Now at HireVeterans.com By Robert M. Morgenthau The popular imagination has often pictured the war veteran as a gregarious hero, eager to repeat a trove of cherished war stories. As a veteran of combat in World War II, I can only say that has not been my experience. When my destroyer, the USS Read More…