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This chapter outlines the perception of the problem in the national press and in Department of Defense publications. In September 1971, the Washington Post ran a series of articles on the state of the U.S. Army entitled "Army in Anguish". The chapter presents an analysis of two of the three main problem areas, drug abuse and race relations. The issue of drug abuse in the U.S. Army arose in Vietnam. The drug rehabilitation program in Vietnam became the model for the army's drug programs all over the world. As with the problem of race relations, the problem of drug abuse in U.S. Army, Europe (USAREUR) had specific aspects that made it particularly worrisome. Finally, the chapter describes the measures taken to calm the situation by the new commander in chief, Michael Shannon Davison.