Afghan Shooter's U.S. Base, Mental Health Treatment

Afghan Shooter's U.S. Base, Mental Health Treatment Play

March 14 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Courts, a retired U.S. army colonel who served at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington state, talks about the base's Madigan Army Medical Center and mental health-care treatment for service members and veterans. Lewis-McChord was the home base of a U.S. Army staff sergeant who is accused of killing at least 16 civilians in Afghanistan villages. Courts, who is now a city council member in nearby DuPont, Washington, spoke with Bloomberg's Alison Vekshin and Britton Staniar yesterday. (Source: Bloomberg)

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