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Documentary 'Thank You for Your Service' advocates for mental health services for military veterans

According to one of the unsettling statistics cited in “Thank You for Your Service,” for every American soldier killed in combat, 25 die by suicide. Tom Donahue’s moving work of advocacy journalism draws on a range of experts on the military and its mental health crisis, but it’s the first-person...
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