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Daniel Zwerdling, NPR News
An Army review, prompted by a NPR-CPR investigation, concluded that commanders did nothing wrong — but experts dispute that.
<p>Army Secretary Eric Fanning testifies on Capitol Hill in this January 2016 file photo. Fanning ordered a review after an NPR-CPR investigation found thousands of soldiers diagnosed with mental health problems or brain injuries were dismissed for misconduct. But the new Army report concluded that it treated the soldiers fairly.</p>
<p>Army Secretary Eric Fanning testifies on Capitol Hill in this January 2016 file photo. Fanning ordered a review after an NPR-CPR investigation found thousands of soldiers diagnosed with mental health problems or brain injuries were dismissed for misconduct. But the new Army report concluded that it treated the soldiers fairly.</p>