The amount spent by the United States on "governmentwide homeland security efforts, international programs, and the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria" from FY 2002 through FY 2017, according to a new report from the Stimson Center -- Counterterrorism Spending: Protecting America while Promoting Efficiencies and Accountability.
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The percentage by which soldiers deployed to combat zones are more likely to attend religious services weekly when compared to "their counterparts assigned to non-combat overseas deployments," according to a recent working paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research -- Death, Trauma and God: The Effect of Military Deployments on Religiosity. Soldiers deployed to combat zones are also 9% more likely to engage in private prayer, according to the researchers.
The percentage of enlisted women diagnosed with a mental health condition within a year after a combat injury, according to a story in Military Times reporting on a study by Judy Dye, a researcher with the Naval Health Research Center -- Factors That Contribute to Mental Health in Combat Injured Military Women.
The number of Active Duty Service members who "who received a psychiatric aeromedical evacuation from Iraq or Afghanistan between 2001 and 2013," according to a new article in the journal Military Medicine -- Psychiatric Aeromedical Evacuations of Deployed Active Duty U.S. Military Personnel During Operations Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom, and New Dawn.
The percentage by which Veterans living in rural areas have a higher risk of dying by suicide than Veterans who live in urban areas, according to an article recently published in the journal Psychological Services -- A menu of options: Resources for preventing veteran suicide in rural communities.