DEFINITION
Combat and Operational Stress Control

Programs developed and actions taken by military leadership to prevent, identify, and manage adverse combat and operational stress reactions in units; optimize mission performance; conserve fighting strength; prevent or minimize adverse effects of combat and operational stress on members’ physical, psychological, intellectual and social health; and to return the unit or Service member to duty expeditiously.

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