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Report of the Mental Health Advisory Team 9 (MHAT 9), Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) 2013, Afghanistan
U.S. Army (au)
This report, based on a battlefield survey and interviews conducted in June and July 2013, shows that U.S. soldiers had higher morale and suffered fewer mental health problems in Afghanistan in 2013 as they handed off more duties to Afghan soldiers and engaged in less combat themselves. The U.S. Army Mental Health Advisory Team 9 (MHAT 9) mission to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) was directed by the Chief of Staff of the Army (CSA) and was supported by the leadership of US Forces Afghanistan (USOR-A). The Office of The Surgeon General of the Army took the lead in mission execution. The CSA directed the MHAT 9 to focus on the role of small unit leadership as a factor influencing the mental health and well-being of Soldiers: (1) to provide a theater-wide assessment of behavioral health and well-being while focusing on small unit leadership by surveying Soldiers in maneuver4 units; and (2) to provide recommendations to optimize unit behavioral health (BH). Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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