US Army Suffers Record Number Of Suicides
August 18th, 2012
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Fighting the Rothschilds central bankster and heroin wars has our servicemen killing record numbers of themselves in despair. Will We the People ever wake up to the scam being perpetrated against us and our loved ones by these murderous blood-sucking vampires? FromÂ ArmyTimes:
The Army experienced a record 38 suicides in July, the highest monthly total since the service began releasing monthly figures in 2009.
According to an Army report, 26 active-duty soldiers and 12 Army National Guard or Army Reserve members were suspected of or confirmed to have died by suicide.
The Army statistics for 2012 exceed those for the first seven months of 2009 through 2011, when the service suffered an average 160 suicides per year during the same time period.
The Armyâ€™s suicide rate has risen from 19.1 per 100,000 in 2008 to roughly 24 per 100,000 in 2011.
The other services also are struggling with an increased pace of suicides this year. Air Force incidents, including both active duty and the Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve, are set to exceed the serviceâ€™s 2011 numbers. This year, 55 airmen have committed suicide, 36 while on active duty â€” six more than the number of active duty personnel who completed suicide during the same time frame last year.
In the first seven months of 2012, the Marine Corps had 32 suicides, the same total that the Corps had for all of 2011.
The Navy has had 39 suicides; in 2011, it experienced its worst year, with 52 deaths.
The Coast Guard, the smallest service with roughly 42,000 members, has had five suicides in 2012; last year, it experienced six.
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