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Since September 2001, Suicide Has Claimed Four Times More Military Lives Than Combat by Stephen Losey

More than four times as many troops and veterans of the wars since 9/11 [September 2001] are believed to have died by suicide than were killed in the wars themselves, a new study from Brown University has found. In a paper released Monday as part of its Costs of War series, Brown’s Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs estimates that 30,177 active-duty personnel and veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have taken their own lives over the last nearly 20 years. That is far greater than the 7,057 service members who died in war operations since 9/11, the institute said in the report … The military’s rising suicide rates have caught up to the growing problem across the U.S. population, the institute said.

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