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Marine Corps Techniques Publication MCTP 3-30E (Formerly MCRP 6-11C) NTTP 1-15M Combat and Operational Stress Control 2 May 2016 During times of conflict, Navy and Marine Corps leaders are constantly reminded of their duty to lead with military proficiency and to take care of their Marines and Sailors. Ensuring the wellbeing of Marines and Sailors includes not only strengt Marine Corps Techniques Publication MCTP 3-30E (Formerly MCRP 6-11C) NTTP 1-15M Combat and Operational Stress Control 2 May 2016 During times of conflict, Navy and Marine Corps leaders are constantly reminded of their duty to lead with military proficiency and to take care of their Marines and Sailors. Ensuring the wellbeing of Marines and Sailors includes not only strengthening them, but also keeping them strong, monitoring their condition, applying first aid when they are injured, and returning them to full fitness as soon as possible. However, there is much more to caring for our Marines and Sailors than their physical health. Caring for their psychological health is just as crucial. Preserving the psychological health of Service members and their families is as much a warfighting issue as it is a sacred duty and it is of paramount concern to mission readiness. Leaders in both the Navy and the Marine Corps should use this reference as a tool for teaching and for professional discussion about combat and operational stress control. While we hone technical and physical skills to make us successful in combat and other operations, we cannot neglect the mind and spirit. Marine Corps Techniques Publication MCTP 3-30E (Formerly MCRP 6-11C) NTTP 1-15M Combat and Operational Stress Control 2 May 2016, is not intended to be clinical in nature; rather, it focuses on the leadership responsibilities involved with preserving psychological health in Service members. It provides a foundation so leaders can understand the value of recognizing and addressing combat and operational stress issues and why this skill is so important to the well-being of Marines and Sailors. The effects of appropriate stress treatment reach not only before, during, and after combat and other operations, but also throughout the careers of Marines and Sailors and after their separation from the military. Read this publication. Apply it in your command. It is an important tool to help us strive for a stronger force in the short run and a healthier society in the future. This publication supersedes MCRP 6-11C and NTTP 1-15M, Combat Stress, dated 23 Jun 2000.


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Marine Corps Techniques Publication MCTP 3-30E (Formerly MCRP 6-11C) NTTP 1-15M Combat and Operational Stress Control 2 May 2016 During times of conflict, Navy and Marine Corps leaders are constantly reminded of their duty to lead with military proficiency and to take care of their Marines and Sailors. Ensuring the wellbeing of Marines and Sailors includes not only strengt Marine Corps Techniques Publication MCTP 3-30E (Formerly MCRP 6-11C) NTTP 1-15M Combat and Operational Stress Control 2 May 2016 During times of conflict, Navy and Marine Corps leaders are constantly reminded of their duty to lead with military proficiency and to take care of their Marines and Sailors. Ensuring the wellbeing of Marines and Sailors includes not only strengthening them, but also keeping them strong, monitoring their condition, applying first aid when they are injured, and returning them to full fitness as soon as possible. However, there is much more to caring for our Marines and Sailors than their physical health. Caring for their psychological health is just as crucial. Preserving the psychological health of Service members and their families is as much a warfighting issue as it is a sacred duty and it is of paramount concern to mission readiness. Leaders in both the Navy and the Marine Corps should use this reference as a tool for teaching and for professional discussion about combat and operational stress control. While we hone technical and physical skills to make us successful in combat and other operations, we cannot neglect the mind and spirit. Marine Corps Techniques Publication MCTP 3-30E (Formerly MCRP 6-11C) NTTP 1-15M Combat and Operational Stress Control 2 May 2016, is not intended to be clinical in nature; rather, it focuses on the leadership responsibilities involved with preserving psychological health in Service members. It provides a foundation so leaders can understand the value of recognizing and addressing combat and operational stress issues and why this skill is so important to the well-being of Marines and Sailors. The effects of appropriate stress treatment reach not only before, during, and after combat and other operations, but also throughout the careers of Marines and Sailors and after their separation from the military. Read this publication. Apply it in your command. It is an important tool to help us strive for a stronger force in the short run and a healthier society in the future. This publication supersedes MCRP 6-11C and NTTP 1-15M, Combat Stress, dated 23 Jun 2000.

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