Author(s): Tom Frame
With an increasing number of Australian military personnel being diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, this collection of insightful essays examines the unseen wounds sustained by our combat and peacekeeping forces. They show there are no easy answers or simple solutions, and suggest where existing approaches are misguided, and how a multi-disciplinary approach is needed to gain a better sense of moral injury.
Tom Frame was a naval officer for 15 years before being ordained to the Anglican ministry. He served as Bishop to the Australian Defence Force from 2001-2007 and is the author/editor of 27 books on a range of topics including the ethics of armed conflict. He is a regular media commentator on naval, religious and ethical affairs.