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Wednesday, July 18 2018


Subordinate Commands
USAMRU-E

USAMRU-E, currently located in Heidelberg, Germany, conducts applied psychological research for the purpose of protecting, optimizing, and enhancing Warfighter psychological resilience. USAMRU-E studies factors that can moderate the impact of these stressors on Soldier and Family behavioral health as well as unit readiness and resilience. USAMRU-E focuses on command-directed behavioral health assessments and the development and validation of resilience training for the deployment cycle and the professional military education system.

Soldiers are exposed to a range of stressors that can negatively impact their behavioral health and well-being. Approximately 20% of Soldiers report significant behavioral health problems upon returning from a combat deployment. USAMRU-E studies factors that can moderate the impact of these stressors on Soldier and Family behavioral health as well as unit readiness and resilience. USAMRU-E focuses on command-directed behavioral health assessments and the development and validation of resilience training for the deployment cycle and the professional military education system.

Major Accomplishments and Future Directions
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To learn more about USAMRU-E, visit their website: http://usamru-e.amedd.army.mil/ globe4.gif

Last Modified Date: 09-September-2016



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