Military SIG Articles of Interest
Russell, M. (2006). Treating Combat-Related Stress Disorders: A Multiple Case Study Using EMDR With Battlefield Casualties From The Iraqi War.
Military SIG Recommended Book List
Recommended by Beverly Dexter
- On Combat: The Psychology and Physiology of Deadly Force Conflict, LTC Dave Grossman
- Achilles in Vietnam: Combat Trauma and the Undoing of Character, Dr Jonathan Shay
- Odysseus in America: Combat Trauma and the Trials of Homecoming, Dr Jonathan Shay
- Jarhead: A Marine's Chronicle of the Gulf War & Other Battles, Anthony Swofford
- Soldier Dead: How We Recover, Identify, Bury, and Honor Our Military Fallen, Michael Sledge
- Trained to Kill: soldiers at war, Theodore Nadelson
- On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society, LTC Dave Grossman
- Generation Kill: Devil Dogs, Iceman, Captain America, and the New Face of American War, Evan Wright
- Retelling Violent Death, Edward Rynearson
Recommended by Diane Harmon
- Light in the Heart of Darkness: EMDR and the Treatment of War and Terrorism Survivors, Steven Silver and Susan Rogers
Recommended by Tony Rizzo
- Murphy's Laws of Combat: The Americans Warrior's Guide to Staying Alive in Battle. Marion F. Sturkey, Hertiage Press International. ISBN 0-9650814-4-3
Military SIG Recommended Movie List
Recommended by Art Mize
All three of the movies below explore many facets of war from the point of view of the GI and his foxhole sharing level of leadership. They have some horrific scenes, but they help with some understanding of the chaos of combat and we can choose to play a tape of our own voices saying, "You’re safe in your TV room. This is not real. It's only a movie," etc.
- "Band of Brothers"
- "We Were Soldiers Once..."
- "Saving Private Ryan"