by Nancy A. Youssef
| Nov. 15, 2009
An Army task force has found that a growing number of soldiers serving in Afghanistan are suffering from some kind of mental stress and is urging the military to double the number of mental health professionals deployed there.
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The story badly needs an editor, though the information indicates some good research and gathering of information.
How many mental health staff are provided for the Afghanis suffering from decades of war and deaths and trauma?
There was a severe lack of mental health care staff treating the White House when this invasion was launched.
This was a informative piece. I would have liked to see a quote from an actual soldier and what he thinks about the issue. The writer seems to give all the soldiers a voice saying that "soldiers arent convinced". It is interesting to see the mental effects that are going on with the soldiers there. I also would have liked to see an actual example of a soldier struggling.