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The US Army doesn't know how many veterans have been discharged for "adjustment disorder." One example is Frank Constabile.

Army Discharging Soldiers Who Have "Adjustment Disorder"

The US Army doesn't know how many veterans have been discharged for "adjustment disorder." One example is Frank Constabile.

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