Less than a year after Sgt 1st Class Daniel Wimmer hanged himself from a tree at Fort Benning, his family is still pulled by the currents that claimed his life. Pictured, from left, Alex, Wimmer holding babies Mi-Na and Mi-Cha, and Sara, at home on Father's Day of last year, a month before he committed suicide, and five days before his 34th birthday. (Handout photo/MCT)
Less than a year after Sgt 1st Class Daniel Wimmer hanged himself from a tree at Fort Benning, his family is still pulled by the currents that claimed his life. Pictured, from left, Alex, Wimmer holding babies Mi-Na and Mi-Cha, and Sara, at home on Father's Day of last year, a month before he committed suicide, and five days before his 34th birthday. (Handout photo/MCT)
Less than a year after Sgt 1st Class Daniel Wimmer hanged himself from a tree at Fort Benning, his family is still pulled by the currents that claimed his life. Pictured, from left, Alex, Wimmer holding babies Mi-Na and Mi-Cha, and Sara, at home on Father's Day of last year, a month before he committed suicide, and five days before his 34th birthday. (Handout photo/MCT)

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February 28, 2010 12:00 AM

Military suicides are causing civilian casualties, too

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