Our soldiers and Marines are supposed to be among the toughest and most unflappable Americans you can find.
They withstand almost unimaginable hardships yet, when they come home, many of them have trouble adjusting back to civilian life.
In recent years, the number of suicides of military personnel and veterans has exceeded the number of combat deaths.
And with the controversy over the troubles with the VA health care system, it is encouraging to hear that there is a treatment, of sorts, that many vets are discovering that looks more than promising.
This edition of the Buckley Report shows that, sometimes, the most effective answers are right in front of us.