The percentage of suicide deaths in Service members that involved "a personally-owned firearm (as opposed to a military-issued firearm)," according to a recent blog article from the Psychological Health Center of Excellence (PHCoE) discussing the 2017 DoD Suicide Event Report (DoDSER).
The percentage of troops married at the beginning of 2018 who got divorced "over the course of the year," according to a recent article on the website Military.com -- Troop Divorce Rate Continues Slow But Steady Decline. The RAND researcher quoted in the article explained:
"...the best way to track whether a rate decline is underway is to look at the largest subgroup -- enlisted male soldiers. In 2009, the divorce rate among that group was 3.3%. Since then, it has fallen to 2.7%, according to the newly released data."
The amount per year that DOD spends "to compensate the average active duty servicemember—to include cash, benefits, and contributions to retirement programs—although some estimates of compensation costs are substantially higher," according to a recent report from the Congressional Research Service -- Military Pay: Key Questions and Answers