Soldiers with PTSD return to Afghanistan

08/20/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

The Army has redeployed soldiers battling PTSD to Afghanistan, counting on the force's most experienced personnel to help complete the U.S. mission there. In a bid to help personnel cope with continuing deployment stress, the Army is also embedding psychologists with units in the field to provide on-site assistance. The Army is looking to these soldiers with PTSD who willingly redeploy for keys to the resiliency that will help doctors treat the condition.

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