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Capt. Sara Haimes, an Aeromedical Psychologist, helps soldiers develop skills that allow them to deal with combat stress effectively.
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U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Andrea Dickerson

Have you ever been a turret gunner and had trouble staying vigilant on a long convoy? Ever been at the range all day and your shooting actually got worse by the end of the day? Have you found yourself stuck …
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By Paul R. Ross U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Public Affairs A war is being fought far from the arid, dusty deserts of Iraq and many miles from the mountainous battlefields of Afghanistan. An unseen enemy creeps into …
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By Richard Ginn, Col., MSC, U.S. Army (Ret.) Article originally appeared in The GROG Sam Stone came home, To his wife and family After serving in the conflict overseas. And the time that he served, Had shattered all his nerves, …
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Posted by Dr. Vladimir Nacev, DCoE clinical psychologist From www.dcoe.health.mil Dr. Vladimir Nacev is a retired Navy and board certified clinical psychologist specializing in child and adolescent psychology. He has served overseas and spent most of his time in clinics and …
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