Military and Veterans Health

  • A U.S. Army soldier on a route clearance mission in Wardak province, Afghanistan, August 13, 2013, photo by Spc. Chenee Brooks/U.S. Army

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    Comparing the Army's Suicide Rate to the General Population's

    The U.S. Army has typically compared its suicide rate with that of the general population while adjusting for age, gender, and yearly differences. But there are additional factors related to suicide that should be considered: race/ethnicity, educational attainment, and marital status.

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