PTSD And The Military Infographic


From the infographic below: While noted in every American war, but by different names such as “shell shock”, PTSD was only recognized as a distinct disorder in the 1980’s.  In earlier wars such as World War II, 37% of Soldiers who saw direct combat were discharged for psychiatric reasons and 24% of Soldiers who saw direct combat in the Korean War were discharged for psychiatric reasons.  Check out the data on the infographic below to learn more about PTSD in the Military.


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