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G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate

Supporting Soldiers, Families & Civilians – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired

3 September 2008

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1.

SFC Rodriguez left a trail of indications that he was having significant problems. List the various warning signs displayed by SFC Rodriguez in this scenario. (mild traumatic brain injury with loss of consciousness; alcohol abuse/dependence resulting in a motor vehicle accident; behaviors leading to referrals to the Family Advocacy Program, Behavioral Health, and the Substance Abuse Treatment Program; depression requiring medications; reports of continued nightmares and other sleep problems; his reports of frequent flashbacks; marital problems)

2.

At what point in time could SFC Rodriguez have been helped most effectively? (At the first sign of behavioral/emotional problems)

3.

Whose responsibility was it to identify SFC Rodriguez as being at risk for suicide? (everyone’s)

4.

SFC Rodriguez has now been successfully treated and has been returned to duty. What steps can you take to help him reintegrate into the unit and reassume his former position?(discussion, there is no single right answer.)

5.

As a leader, would you have handled the situation differently had the soldier been a PFC with only one year of service? Why or why not? (the answer should be no; one cannot make judgments about or put a value on human lives; all Soldiers should be managed fairly and humanely).

Scenario #2 – Warrior in Transition

TACTICAL QUESTIONS and ANSWERS:

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