Military leaders say active-duty suicides up 20% during COVID-19 pandemic


Have increased by as much as 20% this year, and some is incidents of violent behavior. Well, they've spiked a service member's struggle under the Corona virus ward at more zone deployments. National disasters and civil unrest. While the data is incomplete and causes of suicide are complex, Army and Air Force officials tell The Associated Press they believe the pandemic. Is adding stress to an already strained force senior army leaders who say they've seen about a 30% jump in active duty suicides so far this year to say they are looking at shortening combat deployments. That would be part of a broader effort to make the wellbeing of soldiers and their families. The Army's top priority winds news

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