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"Strange reason" to expel soldiers from the US Army


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"Strange reason" to expel soldiers from the US Army

Post by rocky on Wed 17 May 2017, 7:03 am

"Strange reason" to expel soldiers from the US Army


A recent study found that the majority of American soldiers who have been demobilized from the army because of misconduct during the period of four years ended in 2015 diagnosed as suffering from mental disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder or injuries in the brain.
The report is likely to increase, issued by the US Government Accountability Office of scrutiny about whether the US military is doing enough to take care of the soldiers, who are discovered to have mental health problems during their service, rather than simply neglect the process.
The analysis showed, conducted by the Office that 62 percent of the 91764 soldiers were driven out of service due to misconduct in the fiscal years between 2011 and 2015 were diagnosed during the previous two years disorders, including post-traumatic stress or injury brain disorder "or other specific cases It may be linked to bad behavior. "
It was demobilized 23 percent of the soldiers "in a way dishonorable", which may make them ineligible for health benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Complain advocates for veterans has long been a lack of support for former US soldiers, who do not have an exemption is honorable papers, which announced the new Secretary of Veterans Affairs, David Holkin, plans to deal with it.

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