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Report: America’s Veterans Are Killing Themselves at an Alarming Rate


Stories of Veterans  are detailed in a report released last month by Brown University’s Costs of War project. The report reveals startling trends in suicide rates of veterans who served in wars after the 9/11 terror attacks—including the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but also numerous other deployments around the world. Suicide rates among active military personnel and veterans of the post-9/11 wars are reaching new peaks. This report uses governmental data, secondary literature, and interviews to document a suicide epidemic that is emerging among post-9/11 fighters as part of a broader mental health crisis.  Costs of War: the Human…

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