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As the only ongoing, national data resource providing a holistic, population-based portrait of our military and veteran community, the 2018 Health of Those Who Have Served Report continues to shed important light on the leading health concerns facing men and women who have served. Findings not only reaffirm the distinct health and broader social determinant needs of those who have served, but also highlight encouraging improvements, persistent challenges, and new and emerging concerns overall and for specific subpopulations who have served. In so doing, this report offers important insight and direction to inform future areas of research, dialogue, advocacy, and policy to improve the health and well-being—including the systems that provide care and the communities within which they live—of all those who have selflessly sacrificed and served this country.

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