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Combat Stress Control Table of Contents

Headquarters, Department of the Army, Washington, DC

Leader's Manual for Combat Stress Control: From Field Manual 22-51

Booklet 1: Leaders' Manual for Combat Stress Control

Combat Stress Behaviors

Stress Issues in Army Operations

Leader Actions to Offset Battle Fatigue Risk Factors

Battle Fatigue

GTA 21-3-4: Normal, Common Signs: What to Do for Self and Buddy

GTA 21-3-5: Warning Signs: Leader Actions

GTA 21-3-6: Company Leader Actions and Prevention

Combat Stress Control in a Theater of Operations: From Field Manual 8-51

Booklet 1: Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures

Planning for Combat Stress Control: From Field Manual 8-55

Planning for Combat Stress Control



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Operational Medicine
 Health Care in Military Settings
CAPT Michael John Hughey, MC, USNR
  January 1, 2001

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