Hey, it is the guy who posts in the military forum but has no plans to do military medicine. I just finished my psyche block and I am curious as to how the military deals with these issues I mean obviously the patient has to be treated but there are other issues. For example, what if your fighter pilot comes in just split with his wife and has all of the criteria for a major depressive disorder does he just get an SSRI? Do you tell his commander, how is confidentiality handled in the military? Security clearance issues seem like they would be huge in this respect. Also the specific age range in the military is perfect for going Schizo, most men get it in their 20's, I am sure this is a straight up discharge, is it honorable? Do doctors get to serve on panels that help determine who is discharged honorably or who is too sick to deploy? Wouldn't people often just claim to be too depressed to deploy? Just curious about how the system works.