Just seen this on the BBC - http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4531567.stm "Half of all Iraq war veterans seeking help for mental illness are Territorial Army soldiers, despite making up only 10% of deployments, a charity says. Combat Stress blamed a rise in those seeking help partly on a shortage of NHS skills and a lack of MoD support. Some 25 reservists currently account for 50% of its referrals, it says. The government said trained psychiatric staff were available to all service personnel, but added just 1% of Iraq veterans have suffered mental illness. Reserve forces received exactly the same treatment while deployed as their regular counterparts, it added. " Ah, but what support is available after Demob? Sod all, in my experience, excepty for the Combat Stress charity, and a sympathetic GP - if you're lucky. So, if anyone is looking for a good charity to support this year, especially in the TA, this is the one.