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Families speak about military loved ones lost and how we failed them - Herald Sun

A SHAMEFUL number of Aussie soldiers return from war zones depressed, anxious, in despair but unable to find help. Grieving families of war veterans who have taken their own lives say their loved ones might still be alive today if they'd received ...and more »

Military suicide rate 'a national shame' as 41 take own lives since start of 2016 - The Guardian

Grieving families accuse Australian defence force and Department of Veterans' Affairs of inadequate support. Australian Associated Press. Sat 13 Aug 2016 17.59 EDT Last modified on Wed 26 Oct 2016 18.24 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter ...and more »

'A national shame': Military suicide rates soaring as traumatised soldiers neglected by government - Daily Mail

Australia's military suicide rate has been slammed as a 'national shame' by former Chief of Army Peter Leahy, as it is revealed 41 military personnel and veterans have taken their own lives this year alone. That number is equal to the number of ...and more »

Jacqui Lambie calls for department probe over military suicides - Herald Sun

JACQUI Lambie has called for a Senate inquiry into the Department of Veterans' Affairs after revelations of a hidden toll of military suicides. A Herald Sun investigation found 41 defence personnel and veterans had killed themselves this year alone ...and more »