Withstanding the Initial Shock of Casualties

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This case study is about handling the initial shock that comes when your unit takes a casualty. How might it affect you? How will you inform your unit? How will you lead your Soldiers and unit to move forward and continue the mission?  The video features a company commander in Afghanistan describing her thoughts and actions after a squad in her company suffered a catastrophic IED attack.

Materials:

  • A video clip (10 minutes) that features a company commander in Afghanistan describing her thoughts and actions after a squad in her company suffered a catastrophic IED attack.
  • Leader Guide

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