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Combat experience occurs where military personnel see active service in war. Such direct participation can have significant psychological effects. On the positive side it can be an important force in developing self-identity and lifelong friendships, but on the other can leave people psychologically disabled, suffering from post traumatic stress syndrome and other mental disorders

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