However, we believe that the recommendations in our article have been misconstrued. We stated, “Any attempt to further restrict deployability of service members with psychiatric diagnoses might lead to greater avoidance of care. Therefore, tightening of current deployment policy might have severe and unintended negative consequences.” Thus we have no opposition to more rigorous screening; rather, our concern lies with subsequent decisions that overly restrict deployment. We applaud the work of Warner and colleagues because it has improved the accuracy of screening without substantially restricting deployability. The latter is key, because military surveys indicate that service members worry that receipt of mental health care may limit their deployability.