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2, we present the number of suicides in the general population and the corresponding rate, respectively, for CY 2006 as a function of sex and age. In aggregate, the age distribution for military personnel skews younger than the age distribution of civilian adults in the United States: Almost half of active-duty personnel and one-third of selected reservists are between 18 and 25 (DoD, undated). For sailors and marines, there are not large differences in rates of suicide across age categories, though one could conclude that the rate for older sailors and marines tends to be a bit higher.
Suicide ideation among soldiers resulting in hospitalization or evacuation is captured on the ASER. , no self-harm). However, in 2006, not all Army medical facilities were aware that noninjurious suicidal behaviors warranted an ASER. , no self-harm) increased dramatically to 622. Implications for DoD In 2008, approximately one in ten active-component servicemembers reported thoughts about killing themselves since joining the military. Many fewer will actually die by suicide, but this prevalence highlights the need to increase awareness and foster communication about suicide and suicide prevention in the military.
S. rate with DoD-wide and service-specific rates indicates that the suicide rate is higher in DoD and in each service of the military than the general population. However, military personnel included in the DoD suicide rate differ from the general population in important ways that affect the estimated suicide rate. We discuss many of these differences in this chapter in our section on variation. Of note, the age, sex, and racial composition of active-duty military personnel differs from that of the general population, and (as discussed later), suicide is known to vary across these domains.