“I can’t believe this is how I’m going to die,” thought an Army medic after falling down a well. “We’re in the middle of nowhere. No one is going to rescue us.”
Military kids can suffer from emotional stressors that left unaddressed can increase their risk of taking their own lives.
Not everyone is fit for the Army, but a loophole overlooks that.
A Marine Corps officer’s story of pain, stress, and a call to action to start honest conversations about mental health
Vets4Warriors, a mostly donations-based phone support program, seeks to end the stigma of vets getting help and the shame of asking for it.
After two men from the same unit killed themselves, maddening questions about life take their place for those who remain.
J.P. Lawrence thought he knew his happy-go-lucky friend from deployment until he learned that Belland had struggled with addiction and died by overdose.
David Chrisinger learned to treat a writer’s words with the proper care before publication after a student veteran was pushed to the brink of suicide.
Scott Reel learned quickly that he could resist the Corps’ structure and suffer, or he could play the part of the good Marine, do his time, and then leave.