Military, demographic, and psychosocial predictors of military retention in enlisted army soldiers 12 months after deployment to Iraq.

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OBJECTIVE To examine military, demographic, and psychosocial predictors of military retention following operational deployment. METHODS Military status 12 months following return from Iraq deployment was assessed via service records in 740 regular active duty Army Soldiers. Potential predictors of military retention were derived from prospectively… (More)
DOI: 10.7205/MILMED-D-14-00468

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@article{Vasterling2015MilitaryDA, title={Military, demographic, and psychosocial predictors of military retention in enlisted army soldiers 12 months after deployment to Iraq.}, author={Jennifer Vasterling and Susan P. Proctor and Mihaela Aslan and John S. N. Ko and Matthew Jakupcak and Christopher B. Harte and Brian P Marx and John P Concato}, journal={Military medicine}, year={2015}, volume={180 5}, pages={524-32} }