The experience of killing in war is strongly linked with suicidal thoughts, according to a study of U.S. veterans of the Vietnam War. Impact of deadly combat on mental health receives too little attention, study indicates.
I was stunned to watch a female soldier who could no longer recognize her daughter. So I tracked down the therapist treating her and began a nine-month journey in which I interviewed dozens of vets.
Audio Interview: Former Executive Director J.E. McNeil featured by "Spirit In Action" on Northern Spirit Radio, Wisconsin.
Series of essays by J. E. McNeil, who was director of the Center on Conscience & War. Many of the essays concern the Center. One person's thought on peace and justice. Published 2011.
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The GAO (Governmental Accountability Office) released its official study on conscientious objection within the military By the Center on Conscience & War This official reported titled, MILITARY PERSONNEL—Number of Formally Reported Applications for...
By Howard Zuses. The recent remembrances of the sacrifices of a generation that have surrounded the 50th anniversary of D-Day ... have neglected some true heroes.