U.S. Army Released Soldiers’ Suicide Figures For March 2013.

Posted: April 20, 2013 in Daily incidents

The US Army released suicide data for the month of March 2013.

During March, among active-duty soldiers, there were 10 potential suicides: three have been confirmed as suicides and seven remain under investigation.

For February 2013, the Army reported 11 potential suicides among active-duty soldiers; four have been confirmed as suicides and seven are under investigation.

For 2013, there have been 41 potential active-duty suicides: 15 have been confirmed as suicides and 26 remain under investigation.

Updated active-duty suicide numbers for 2012: 184 (158 have been confirmed as suicides and 26 remain under investigation).

During March 2013, among reserve component soldiers who were not on active duty, there were 12 potential suicides (eight Army National Guard and four Army Reserve): none have been confirmed as suicides and 12 remain under investigation.

For February 2013, among that same group, the Army reported 14 potential suicides (eight Army National Guard and six Army Reserve); six have been confirmed as suicides and eight cases remain under investigation.

For 2013, there have been 40 potential not on active duty suicides (22 Army National Guard and 18 Army Reserve): 19 have been confirmed as suicides and 21 remain under investigation.

Updated not on active duty suicide numbers for 2012: 140 (93 Army National Guard and 47 Army Reserve); 138 have been confirmed as suicides and two remain under investigation.

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