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mental health

if you have a family member in the begining of  boot camp and that person is experiencing what could be seen as a mental issue going on what may take place do they have someone to help that before depression or nervous break down may occur.
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The person should go to his first Sergeant or Company Commander and tell him/her of his symptoms/feelings.  The first Sergeant or Company Commander then will guide him/help him make an appointment with mental health.  They then will evaluate and decide whether this person should stay in boot camp.  It all depends how severe his symptoms are.    
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