Some call it a mental health crisis in the Army. Others believe it is something less than a major crisis. But no one can deny a problem exists.
A second shooting spree at Fort Hood, Texas, by a mentally unbalanced soldier that resulted in the deaths of four service personnel and the wounding of 16 others on the base, has high officials and the nation wondering what can be done to address mental illness among the military. It was the second incident of this kind at Fort Hood.
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