SWJ friend, Carl Prine, recently published an investigative series on wounded warriors for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
BLUF: Thousands of sick and wounded soldiers within the Army's Warrior Transition program aren't receiving psychological care they need and are being discharged into communities ill-prepared to help them. A nine-month investigation by the Tribune-Review, buttressed by documents passed to the newspaper by soldiers and the Pentagon's Office of Wounded Warrior Care & Transition Policy in Alexandria, Va., reveal an Army reeling from an epidemic of mental and behavioral health problems after nearly a decade of constant combat overseas.
Documents show Army's disservice to broken soldiers
Medical units pay price of lowered recruiting standards, reports say
Transition staff for military wounded poorly trained, stigmatized, fatigued
Military wives take charge to ensure quality care for injured husbands
Army's mental health programs swamped, understaffed
20-year servicewoman, disabled by war, faces ruin
Program for departing service members plagued by inconsistencies, indifference
Lt. Col. finds success treating 'soldier as a person
Top Army doctor disputes Tribune-Review series
For Some Troops, Powerful Drug Cocktails Have Deadly Results
The Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft, Wellbutrin, Celexa, Effexor, Valium, Klonopin, Ativan, Restoril, Xanax, Adderall, Ritalin, Haldol, Risperdal, Seroquel, Ambien, Lunesta, Elavil, Trazodone War