Significant rise in reports of individual and unit morale relative to 2012, but comparable to 2009.
Rates of Soldiers meeting criteria for any psychological problem ( acute stress, depression, or anxiety ) are significantly lower than rates reported in 2009 and 2010.
Suicidal Ideation : Rates of suicidal ideation are significantly lower than rates reported in 2009 and 2010.
Sleep Problems : Soldier concerns about sleep are significantly lower relative to 2012; however those with high concerns consistently report increased psychological problems and accidents.
Concussive Events : Self-reported rates of exposure to blast continue to decline; percent reporting evaluation by medic following blast increased . However, there still remains a relatively high proportion of Soldiers who report not receiving a medical evaluation after concussive events.