Gen. Chiarelli: 'We just don't know'
If there's a member of the brass who's taken mental-health issues in the military head on, it's four-star Gen. Peter Chiarelli. On his second deployment to Iraq, he served as commander of all coalition ground forces. Since then, he's gone before Congress to explain the Army's work on the invisible wounds of war and created a suicide-prevention task force. When word got out that Newsweek was investigating the science of battlefield concussions, his office lined up an interview with articles editor Andrew Bast.
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