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The Army has more than doubled its number of military and civilian behavioral health workers in the past five years, but a litany of shortcomings still plagues the force when it comes to diagnosing and treating soldiers for post-traumatic stress disorder, according to an Army report being released Friday.
A 15-year veteran Army doctor has been suspended for alleged problems with patient care, but Dr. Russel Hicks said the suspension is retaliation for providing information on Madigan Army Medical Center’s troubled PTSD diagnosis program to investigators.
ASHFORD, Wash. (CBS Seattle/AP) — Foggy, wet weather Tuesday at Mount Rainier National Park has the recovery mission of a ranger on hold. Officials hope for a break in the weather Wednesday that would allow […]