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Study finds link between coronavirus infection and suicidal thoughts in veterans
Among the nearly 3,100 veterans who took part in the study, the prevalence of suicidal thoughts fell from 10.6% prior to the pandemic to 7.8% 10 months into it, bucking predictions that coronavirus lockdowns and limits on travel and gatherings could leave veterans feeling lonelier and increase suicidal behaviors among them, the study said.
First Afghanistan evacuees arrive at Ramstein Air Base
Evacuees seem to be in “good condition,” said Brig. Gen. Josh Olson, the 86th Airlift Wing commander. “They look exhausted. They look very tired” and are traveling with “very little,” he said. “But seeing the children and the families coming off with huge smiles, it warms your heart.”

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