Army General Chiarelli Tackles Issue of Soldier Suicide

The number of army suicides hit an all-time high in June, with 32 servicemembers taking their own lives. A startling 350-page U.S. Army report released last week was stark in its assessment of the growing tragedy: "Simply stated, we are often more dangerous to ourselves than the enemy." "We have an army that's, for almost a decade, has been going very, very hard with our operational tempo," Army General Peter Chiarelli told Christiane Amanpour in an exclusive interview on 'This Week.' "[It...Full Story
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