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Camp Murray Holds Suicide Prevention Event

Department of Defense Photo Essay

  • Army Maj. Gen. Bret D. Daugherty, center, adjutant general for the Washington National Guard, registers for a suicide prevention awareness run around the perimeter of Camp Murray, Wash., Sept. 26, 2014. The event was held by the Joint Services Support Directorate’s Suicide Prevention Program for the Washington National Guard to help build awareness that September is Suicide Prevention Month. Washington Army National Guard photo by Gary Lott
  • Army Staff Sgt. Adam Zangenberg greets more than 150 service members and state employees who registered for a suicide prevention awareness run on Camp Murray, Wash., Sept. 26, 2014. Zangenberg is a suicide prevention program manager assigned to the Washington National Guard. Washington Army National Guard photo by Gary Lott
  • Guardsmen and state employees run an estimated 5 kilometers around the perimeter of the Washington National Guard’s headquarters during a suicide prevention awareness run on Camp Murray, Wash., Sept. 26, 2014. Washington Army National Guard photo by Gary Lott
  • Guardsmen and state employees run an estimated 5 kilometers around the perimeter of the Washington National Guard’s headquarters during a suicide prevention awareness run on Camp Murray, Wash., Sept. 26, 2014. Washington Army National Guard photo by Gary Lott
  • Guardsmen and state employees run along a path around the perimeter of the Washington National Guard’s headquarters during a suicide prevention awareness run on Camp Murray, Wash., Sept. 26, 2014. Washington Army National Guard photo by Gary Lott
  • Army Lt. Col. Don Brewer, foreground, participates in a suicide prevention awareness run around the perimeter of the Washington National Guard’s headquarters on Camp Murray, Wash., Sept. 26, 2014. Brewer is the director of the Washington National Guard’s family programs and joint services support. Washington Army National Guard photo by Gary Lott
  • Army Maj. Gen. Bret D. Daugherty, foreground, adjutant general for the Washington National Guard, Army Staff Sgt. Adam Zangenberg, left, Army Sgt. 1st Class Melinda Heikkinen, center left, and Army Sgt. 1st Class Ron Cardenas, right, watch participants in a suicide prevention awareness run on Camp Murray, Wash., Sept. 26, 2014. Zangenberg, a suicide prevention program manager, Heikkinen, a sexual assault coordinator, and Cardenas are assigned to the Washington National Guard. Washington Army National Guard photo by Gary Lott
  • Army Staff Sgt. Adam Zangenberg talks to more than 150 service members and state employees as they enjoy refreshments after participating in a suicide prevention awareness run on Camp Murray, Wash., Sept. 26, 2014. Zangenberg is a suicide prevention program manager assigned to the Washington National Guard. Washington Army National Guard photo by Gary Lott
  • The Joint Services Support Directorate for the Washington National Guard displays 22 pairs of combat boots to symbolize the estimated 22 veterans a day who commit suicide. The boots were on display during a suicide awareness prevention run on Camp Murray, Wash., Sept. 26, 2014. Washington Army National Guard photo by Gary Lott
  • Information about the warning signs that someone may attempt suicide and ways to intervene is displayed on the walls of the gym on Camp Murray, Wash., Sept. 26, 2014, as the Washington National Guard held a suicide prevention awareness run. Washington Army National Guard photo by Gary Lott