I was the sole psychiatrist stationed at Fort Stewart, Ga., during the Korean War, from October 1951 to July 1953. We had about 40,000 troops on post. In addition, National Guard troops trained there in the summer months. I can't recall one suicide on post during that time. The camp was relatively free of stress. We did have some problems, and they included high rates of AWOL and sexually transmitted disease. I was also on the Stockade Clemency Review Board.