Army Health Care In Spotlight After Afghan Shooting
by: Martin Kaste, NPR, March 22, 2012 3:03:00 am
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As officials prepare charges against Staff Sgt. Robert Bales for his alleged killing spree in Afghanistan, concerns are growing about mental health screening for soldiers. The Army says it wants to help those with PTSD and other conditions, but the screening process has been described as an "assembly line," and soldiers who want psychological help have good reasons not to seek it out.
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