Latest "suicide in the military" stories
Her military career cut short inspires advocacy and nonprofit addressing epidemic facing veterans and first responders
After a military career cut short by trauma, this West Point graduate co-founded an organization to address the increasing suicide rates among first responders.
By Brandon Black
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“First, let me say that my choice of words was poor," Barksdale's commander said on Monday.
After an alarming increase in suicide rates in the Air Force in 2019, Chief of Staff Gen. Dave Goldfein has ordered all wings to stand down for a day and focus on resiliency and suicide prevention.
Since April 2018, Master Sgt. Trevor Derr has been carrying an American flag while running 3 to 5 miles nearly every day on and around Dover Air Force Base in memory of his friend Daniel and to bring attention to PTSD.
By Jerry Smith, The News Journal