CoRev puts up a guest post by Therapist1 – both are regulars in the comment section here at Angry Bear – looking at sensitivity training in the US Armed Forces:
This becomes more important as Navy’s Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) repeatedly points to diversity [buzz word for racial and gender sensitivity] as the primary goal of the U.S Navy. It is interesting that diversity would be the number one goal, one would think it would be combat readiness and survivability.
CoRev adds a question at the end of the piece:
Another thought: Is sensitivity training increasing the incidence of PTSD in our Iraq/Afghanistan COMBAT veterans?