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  • I've been conducting clinical research on combat trauma. Here are just a few of my findings. The bonds developed in these zones are far more intense than in the civilian world, and persist well beyond the deployment end. When a comrade is wounded, all feel wounded to varying degrees. When one is killed all feel dead to varying degrees. And survivors guilt is often intense and persisting.
    Rich
    AF ER Medic (1969~1973)

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