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Understanding Common Military Health Risks by Emily Walsh

Understanding Common Military Health Risks Military veterans and their families serve a valuable role in protecting freedom around the world. While military veterans play an essential role in the modern world, they often face living conditions and environments that expose … Continue reading

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Result 2: Men after War

The most positive thing one can say about our training of boys to be pawns for war is that it is meant to prepare men psychological for war and protect them during war. But is it succeeding? Recently, I read … Continue reading

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Result: Social violence

Research and daily evidence show that nowadays very few men in a developed country are ever required to fight in war. War has changed both in its demands on society, its format and its technology. https://caygin.wordpress.com/2011/04/27/are-we-programmed-for-war/ Despite this, we unthinkingly continue … Continue reading

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