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Military Study Ties War Trauma, Violence At Home

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Military Study Ties War Trauma, Violence At Home

The Impact of War

Military Study Ties War Trauma, Violence At Home

Military Study Ties War Trauma, Violence At Home

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Soldiers in a single Army unit killed as many as 11 people after returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan, the military said last week. One contributing factor? The psychological trauma of war.

NPR's Daniel Zwerdling talks to Guy Raz about the military's efforts to deal with soldier trauma and ease their re-entry into civilian life.