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14th Annual Tri-Service Combat Stress Conference
The FY06 Tri-Service Combat Stress Conference was held 29-30 April 2006 at the Sr NCO Club at Camp Pendleton. The Critical Incident Stress training was conducted between 1-4 May, 2006.

The Sr NCO Club sits atop a bluff with a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean and is close to the BOQ.

Registration Information
Driving Directions to South Mesa NCO Club
South Mesa NCO Club - Camp Pendleton
Traumatic Event Management (TEM)

Presentation by MAJ Edward Brusher, AMEDD Combat Stress Actions Officer

ARMY Combat Stress Actions Office
VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guideline for Management of Traumatic Stress Powerpoint

Brief History of Combat Stress available online:

www.presentations.samhsa.gov/VA_Conference/PANEL_Translating_Principles/Ritch ie_Elspeth_Cameron.pdf

Let There Be Light on Google Video
Participants at the CSC were interested in the film, "Let There Be Light"


Description: To explore the psychological rehabilitation of WWII soldiers injured in battle, Academy Award winning director John Huston took a Signal Corps camera crew to Mason General Hospital on Long Island, New York. The resulting film, steeped with images of suffering, is not only one of the greatest films ever made on the subject of war's impact on the human spirit, but a tribute to the raw courage of the men themselves.

View online at Google Video (small fee)

This file may also be found for sale on Ebay (VHS/DVD)

Powerpoint - California's Deplyment Screening Program

Left = Webmaster MAJ Guy C. Lamunyon doing presentation about the California Premobilization Screening Program