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U.S. military aims to prevent suicides by taking soldiers’ private guns away from them
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[quote:millenniumjackal:MV8yMDExNzU0XzMzODA4NTUxX0VCN0U3NTdG] Last month during all this training they unveiled this new program where "military members who voluntarily register with their commands and tell them they have fire arms can get safety training." First thing that went through my mind was I smell a rat! So yeah this post seems legit based on what I've been seeing...looks like we're down to the last few pieces on the chess board! [/quote]
With nearly half of all suicides in the U.S. military committed with a privately owned firearm, Congress and the Pentagon are moving to implement policies that will discourage at-risk members of the armed forces from retaining their personal weapons.
As suicides continue to rise in 2012, the Defence Department officials are developing a suicide prevention campaign, part of which will encourage friends and family of the potentially suicidal to convince the soldiers to give up their weapons.
The Pentagon’s move would be hugely controversial as some lobbyists may construe it as gun control.
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