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  1. IMPLEMENT MEASURES TO REDUCE STRESS

  2. STRESS-RELATED CHART - 1

  3. STRESS-RELATED CHART - 2

  4. STRESS-RELATED BEHAVIORS • Positive combat stress behaviors. • Misconduct stress behaviors. • Combat and operational stress reaction (COSR). • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

  5. POSITIVE STRESS BEHAVIORS

  6. MISCONDUCT STRESS BEHAVIORS

  7. COSR STRESS BEHAVIORS

  8. PTSD STRESS BEHAVIORS

  9. COSR RISK FACTORS - 1 • Domestic worries. • Newly assigned to unit. • First time in combat, horrors. • Casualties. • Lack of mobility. • Surprise attacks.

  10. COSR RISK FACTORS - 2 • Inability to strike back--indirect fire, • improvised explosive devices (IEDs). • Information vacuum. • Chemical, biological, radiological, and • nuclear (CBRN) weapons threat. • Sleep loss. • Physical exhaustion. • Dehydration, hunger.

  11. ACTIONS TO PREVENT/CONTROL COSR - 1 • Integrate, build unit cohesion and pride. • Help Soldiers stabilize the home front. • Keep Soldiers physically fit. • Conduct tough, realistic training. • Cross train in key areas. • Enforce sleep discipline.

  12. ACTIONS TO PREVENT/CONTROL COSR - 2 • Plan for personal hygiene. • Preserve Soldiers' welfare, safety, and health. • Reduce uncertainty. • Enforce individual health protection measures. • Utilize Battlemind to build resiliency.

  13. ACTIONS TO MANAGE COSR - 1 • If: • Soldier’s behavior endangers the mission himself, or others, take appropriate measures to control him. • Soldier is upset, let him talk about what is upsetting him, listen, and then try to reassure him.

  14. ACTIONS TO MANAGE COSR - 2 • If: • Soldier’s reliability becomes questionable— • Unload the weapon. • Remove the weapon only if endanger mission, himself, or others. • Restrain only when safety is a concern/during transport. • Reassure unit members: • Probably a normal COSR reaction • Will improve quickly

  15. ACTIONS TO MANAGE COSR - 3 • If: • COSR signs continue— • Get the Soldier to a safer place. • Do not leave the Soldier alone. • Notify the senior NCO or officer. • Have the Soldier examined by medical personnel.

  16. ACTIONS TO MANAGE COSR - 4 • If: • Tactical situation permits, give the Soldier simple tasks to do when not sleeping, eating, or resting. • Assure the Soldier that they will return to full duty ASAP.