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Air Force Vet Looks for Answers for Military Suicide Crisis

By the mid 2000s, a suicide crisis was emerging among American servicemembers and veterans. David Luxton, a U.S. Air Force veteran and clinical psychologist, was hired by the department of defense to help find a solution.

Air Force Vet Looks for Answers for Military Suicide Crisis

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