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The New Warrior: Combat Stress and Wellness - For Veterans and Family



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The New Warrior: Combat Stress and Wellness: For Veterans and Family

Perspectives for Veterans and Their Families

Run time: 47 min
Production Date: 2007

The New Warrior, a veteran with a child on his shoulders walking across a lawn with trees.The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are the most sustained combat operations since the Vietnam War.

These videos aim to help promote wellness in this returning group of Veterans and to prevent chronic mental health issues resulting from combat and other war-zone stress. It is available both as a video for Veterans, active duty service members and their families, as well as a version with provider perspectives.

NOTE: Some of the videos specific to Veterans may contain information that has changed since the production date. The most current information on Veterans benefits, eligibility, VA services, and more can be found through the Department of Veterans Affairs at

Title of Section Run Time Windows Media Transcript - pdf
The New Warrior (47:00) Video (226 kB) Part 1

Also available in version for: Professionals

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