Berg, A. (2019). Diary of an aircraft carrier psychologist. Psychological Services, 16(4), 647–650. This resource describes the experiences of a Navy psychologist on board an aircraft carrier and unique challenges associated with this position.
Crouch, C., Curley, J. M., Carreno, J. T., & Wilk, J. E. (2018). Return to duty practices of army behavioral health providers in garrison. Military Medicine, 183(11/12), e617–e623. This resource reveals some of the decision-making processes for behavioral health return to duty practices in the U.S. Army and consistency among providers in the study.
Howe, E. (2016). Ethics and transgender service members, dependents, and retirees. Military Medicine, 181(3), 193–194. This resource discusses the challenges faced by the armed services after recently announcing the acceptance of openly transgendered members.
Miller, P. E. (2018). Using two intersubjective perspectives in combat deployment: A military mental health professional’s experience. Clinical Social Work Journal, 46(2), 83–91. This resource describes the experiences of a military mental health provider and her deployment experiences within the two theoretical frameworks of attachment theory and interpersonal neurobiology.
Staal, M. A., & DeVries, M. R. (2020). Military operational psychology. Psychological Services, 17(2), 195–198. This resource describes the use of military operational psychology and the organizational and ethical challenges associated with it.