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NEWS | Sept. 1, 2014

Double Eagle - 09.01.2014

COVER STORY: In 2013, 57 Army Reserve Soldiers committed suicide, the highest number since 2009. The results of a panel review of each of the cases has been released to Army Suicide Awareness and Prevention managers at the U.S. Army Reserve Command headquarters at Fort Bragg, N.C. The review gave them a better understanding of what caused these Soldiers to end their lives and paves the way ahead to prevent or reduce more tragic losses in the future. (Photo illustration by Timothy L. Hale/U.S. Army Reserve)

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