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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) of varying degrees of severity affects 12 to 20 percent of returnees from Iraq and 6 to 11 percent of returnees from Afghanistan. To date, 52,375 returnees have been seen in the VA for PTSD symptoms, according to the RPC. Recent GAO projections suggest PTSD may be under-reported by as much as 60% because soldiers are concerned that a PTSD diagnosis may limit or even end their military careers.
Although society in general is starting to be more comfortable with the idea of getting help for mental illness, many veterans still struggle to admit that they need help. Being
Author: IAFF Center of Excellence Staff September 28, 2018 If you or someone you love struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the world can feel like a minefield. You never know when
Battle against PTSD June 29, 2019 Jeff Johnson was a proud and dedicated soldier who served our country in the U.S. Army. Jeff selflessly and honorably served our country in war as