Anger in the Combat Zone

  title={Anger in the Combat Zone},
  author={Valvincent A. Reyes and Thomas A Hicklin},
  journal={Military medicine},
  volume={170 6},
A U.S. Army Reserve Combat Stress Control prevention team was dispatched to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom to provide preventative mental health care to a U.S. Army airborne division and Special Operations forces. The team's mission was to ensure mental health readiness of units in the area of operations. In Bagram, Afghanistan, the Combat Stress Control team identified anger as a very prevalent emotion in the combat zone. Anger management interventions with individual and… CONTINUE READING