An interview with the Rt. Rev. Nigel Stock who has been Bishop to the Forces in Great Britain since 2014. Bishop Stock is based at Lambeth Palace in London, England. His role "also includes being the Bishop for the Falkland Islands and the Bishop at Lambeth, a supporting role to the Archbishop of Canterbury. As the Bishop to the Forces he has pastoral oversight for Anglican chaplains and the Anglican Church within the Forces" (p. 20). "Bishop Nigel said, 'My conversations with chaplains can range from the very deep issues of how they minister to people who have been involved in combat and taken life and what it's done to them, bearing mind the Forces have been deployed in combat in several areas of the world in recent years. The wider pastoral issues of anxious families and the more routine but equally serious things like care for people who have been injured and who have been marked by what's happened to them. It seems to me, there is still some way to go to a full understanding of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), although it's a word that's been around a lot. There is still a lot of work to do in understanding PTSD and its long-term effects and it's been noticeable that chaplains have been very aware and very careful about that'" (p. 21).