Families and communities -- the rest of us, in other words -- can play a role in helping to cut down on the epidemic of military suicides. Dr. Elspeth "Cam" Ritchie, a Battleland contributor and former top Army psychiatrist, and Dr. Margaret Harrell, a military personnel expert at the Center for a New American Security -- who recently co-wrote a study on the topic -- discuss steps the rest of us can take, with CNAS's John Nagl and your Battleland scribe.
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