Treating Soldier Stress
Behavioral Health Campus
To battle the growing ranks of soldiers struggling with the after-effects of war-related stress, the Army has opened close to 50 medical sites all over the world. Perhaps the most advanced is located at Ft. Campbell in Kentucky, home of the 101st Airborne Division. The base's Warrior Resiliency and Recovery Center employs a variety of high-tech tools to help diagnose and manage soldiers' mental health. This virtual reality simulator recreates the experience of being in combat. By seeing how soldiers handle the scenarios, the base's medical team can monitor the progress of recovery.
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