Military suicides have outpaced the rate among the general U.S. population, but it's not clear why. If nothing is done, active duty and military veterans are four times as likely to die by suicide rather than combat.
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On Feb1, 1944, Pfc Knappenberger (AKA Knappie) pressed himself to the cold ground on the outskirts of Cisterna di Latina, Italy. A few inches of snow lay on the open field, just enough to cover it. His outfit, Company C of the 30th Infantry Regiment...
A combat-injured Marine veteran, a father of three, a man who dedicated his life upon returning from war to mentor and support his fellow veterans. Not only did he sacrifice on the battlefield, but he also continued to sacrifice here at home.