Army faces highest monthly total of suicidesArmy Times
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Perhaps this is a sign they're not actually "spreading freedom." - ChrisThe Army experienced a record 38 suicides in July, the highest monthly total since the service began releasing monthly figures in 2009.
According to an Army report, 26 active-duty soldiers and 12 Army National Guard or Army Reserve members were suspected of or confirmed to have died by suicide.