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The following recommended resources are not necessarily all peer-reviewed. Check item entry or publisher for status.
Includes journals such as Journal of Church and State, Pastoral Psychology, and The Journal of Pastoral Theology.
DTIC provides research data and reports funded by the US Department of Defense. Includes academic research from military schools and service academies.
This database is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. It provides citations and abstracts to the international literature on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental health sequelae of traumatic events.
"Provide religious logistics support for Religious Affairs personnel, enabling the free exercise of religion across the Department of Defense. Provide confidential pastoral care and support to DLA employees."
"...empower Department of Veterans Affairs Chaplains in the achievement of excellence in meeting the Spiritual Healthcare needs of Veterans."
This site both celebrates and illuminates the history of the US Military Chaplains. These men and women have dedicated their lives to our country and have served the soldiers, sailors and airmen as well as families by guiding and comforting all in religious and spiritual matters.
Search more than 1 million final reports on Defense funded research, development, test and evaluation activities, using the search box above.
The Combined Arms Research Library (CARL) is a comprehensive military research center supporting the Army Command and General Staff College. It also serves as the post library for the Fort Leavenworth community.
CTU-Online includes brief updates on the latest clinically relevant research on trauma. Hosted by the US Department of Veterans Affairs.
"...we have digitized 52 titles, including the majority of official Chaplain Histories issued by the Armed Services and 23 chaplain interviews published by the US Navy. A modest addition to these thousands of digital pages was added: historic hymnals; a history of the Chaplains during the American Revolutionary War published in 1861; and two foreign accounts of non-American Chaplains in World War I."
"...produced by the U.S. Army, readers are introduced to the Army Chaplain’s everyday role as spiritual leader in past and modern wars. Footage in this documentary has been provided by the National Archives and Records Administration."