Greetings, fellow marines. Recently, it has come to our attention that many of us are afflicted by some form of madness after being subjected to horrifying, near-death situations. Currently, the only known way to restore the afflicted marine's sanity is by taking him to the brink of death again, and allowing the adrenaline rush that accompanies a near-death experience to cure him. However, we, the doctors from the medical corps believe that there should be other less risky ways of restoring sanity. Some ongoing pilot projects to find a cure range from the prehistoric, 'bonk' to the head method of cranium correction with a crowbar, to the more sophisticated restorative effects of a medic's restoration. There is also a school of thought that suggests we let the marine calm down and not handle weapons for a period of time, and that the madness will pass. Now, it is your duty to vote on which of the above-mentioned methods should be used to cure madness instead of the current method. You may also include any suggestions you may have, and I will include them in the medical poll. I remind you that as members of the Marine corps, you are bound by duty and honour to give your honest feedback on the matter. You may elaborate on your choice, if you deem it necessary.