LTG (Dr.) Paul K. Carlton Jr. USAF

Welcome Home

Did you receive a de-briefing when you returned  to your deploying organization?  Did you get recognized, rewarded or promoted? Are you using the skills you developed while deployed?  These are some of the issues we will examine  in our "Welcome Home" survey.

Pre-Deployment Training Survey

We are committed to promoting the resilience, recognition, and well-being of civilians serving in conflict zones and high-threat environments.

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General Health Assessment Survey

The basic purpose of this assessment is to examine the state of health of civilians who have deployed to conflict zones, high threat security environments and disaster areas, so as to favourably affect further decisions by deploying organizations regarding physical health.

Coming Soon!

"Military medicine has served as the tip of the spear in this conflict! Our civilian medical system has been a superb partner to us and has to be considered the shaft of the spear! They are integral to our entire effort!"

Resiliency and Psychosocial Challenges

Please take part in our upcoming survey on resilience issues and the psychosocial challenges civilians face in high threat security environments. 

This short survey contains questions about pre-deployment training programs that have been offered to civilians prior to departure overseas to serve in danger zones. As with all our surveys, this survey can remain completely anonymous -- it is up to you!

You will be asked to evaluate different criteria as to how effective or beneficial the training was to you. You will also be asked to provide your top three recommendations for improving pre-deployment training. It should take no more than 5 minutes to complete.

We will make the results available to organizations, agencies and companies that deploy civilians around the world to conflict areas, high threat security environments and disaster areas.  With your help, the information will improve future training for civilians who are deploying to danger zones and it will increase preparedness for what might be encountered in these harsh environments.

Thank you,
The We Served Too Team