Military suicides declining

Soldier suicides
Former U.S. Army Sergeant Kristofer Goldsmith talks about his experience in Iraq, which led to his attempted suicide, while testifying on Capitol Hill on May 15, 2008.
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The suicide rate in the U.S. Military has stopped rising and in some categories has begun to fall, but recent Pentagon statistics show post-traumatic stress problems are on the rise.

Kerri's guest is Dr. Craig Bryan, an associate director of the National Center for Veterans Studies and associate professor of psychology at the University of Utah.

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