Washington Post – Soldiers diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder reportedly are being sent back to Afghanistan as the Army looks to rely on its most experienced soldiers during the U.S. draw down from the region. The service has started regularly embedding psychologists within combat units to help treat soldiers with mental health issues.

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