posted on Feb, 25 2007 @ 11:59 PM
I had put this thread on the ATS side, but I have not gotten no response's for it. I guess with the troops wanting to pull out and how some of the
families left behind are dealing with it, it should be a poinient topic of the affairs for the welfare of the people's involved.
"So, Should they stay, or should they drop the fighting?"
The panel’s 67-page report calls for the immediate strengthening of the military mental health system. It cites a 40 percent vacancy rate in
active duty psychologists in the Army and Navy, resources diverted from family counselors and a weak transition for veterans leaving the military.