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Study Suggests No Combat and Suicide Link

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August 6, 2013
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As the Pentagon struggles to stem a rising number of suicides in the force, a new study suggests combat appears to have no influence on suicide rates among troops and veterans. AP National Security Correspondent Sagar Meghani reports.


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