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Combat Stress Control Table of Contents

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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
Booklet 2: Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures
Booklet 3: Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures

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

Planning for Combat Stress Control
Miscellaneous Combat Stress Control Documents

Providing Stress Control in Operations Other Than War
Combat Stress Control in Operations Other Than War
Planning for Combat Stress Control in Joint Operations
Combat Stress Control Behaviors and the Treatment of Battle Fatigue
When the Mission Requires Recovering Human Dead Bodies - How to Prepare Yourself, Your Buddies, and the Unit
Homecoming After Deployment - Dealing With Changes and Expectations

Conducting a Unit Survey Interview
Leader's Guide to After-Action Debriefing
Debriefer's Guide to Critical Event Debriefing
Unit's Guide to Critical Event Debriefing
Historical Event Reconstruction Debriefing

DOD Instruction 6490.4 - Requirements for Mental Health Evaluations of Members of the Armed Forces
DOD Directive 6490.1 - Mental Health Evaluations of Members of the Armed Forces

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