Still at War, the Army Opens a New Front: Against Soldier Suicide

Sarah Rae
The Pitch | September 1, 2009
In 2008, 140 active-duty soldiers committed suicide. That's 75 percent more than the number in 2003 and the highest rate since the Army started keeping track three decades ago. Jim Haus was almost one of the casualties.

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