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03/18/2010 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Soldiers' Mental Health A Concern In Colorado Springs As Brigade Prepares To Return Home

In the campaign to help soldiers find normalcy after returning from combat, Fort Carson is preparing for the toughest battle yet -- the return this spring of the 4th Infantry's 4th Brigade Combat Team.

Since 2005, Colorado Springs has seen a rash of crimes by returning troops. Fifteen soldiers from the post have been arrested in at least 12 murders since 2005. The majority of the arrests came from the 3,500 soldiers of the war-weary 4th Brigade, known as the 4-4, now in Afghanistan.

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