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What are the worst difficulties faced by a soldier at war?

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I imagine watching so many fellow men die horrible nightmarish deaths would be hard...

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Incredibella

War is hell. Ask any soldier.

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Death and war

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Being captured, and tortured to death, by some of the barbaric bastards.

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Death of others! enough said!

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Death(Him/Herself, brothers/sisters) and being away from family and friends.

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joshuabagel

Their loved ones not being faithful

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Who would wanna come home after suffering the atrocities of war for their country only to return home and find out she's had a kid now whose 1 yr old and especially when she swears up n down you knocked her up rite before last deploy! And you know you havent seen this lady straight up in two year!!
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Dealing with it when they get home.

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fritzmerde

None, it's a piece of cake. The hardest thing by far is being away from your family. You stay up just wondering how your wife & kids are managing. The pain is intense, especially if you have any free time to dwell on it. The next would be the deaths of ours & their People die in war, But you know that it won't happen to you & your buddies. When 1 of your friends die, you know it's a mistake, we decided together that we were not' dying here, just shocking when it's real. I went back to my camp & there was a huge throng of people just walking around. Another colleague walked up to me & said I've got bad news, Rob & John are dead, I ran over to check the bodies, all I could think of was us laughing, that we could never die here

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That's not like any piece of cake I've had
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rustyboilerz
Hes one of those "take names and let God sort out the rest "kind of soldier. :(
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Mr_FadedGlory
Yeah, like your stupid @$$ would know rusty
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thanks for sharing your opinion, i hope everything works out :)
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Becoming a POW, watching friends die, watching strangers die, being away from family, being shot at, injuries...

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Seeing your good friends die right next to you, knowing you can't do a thing

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Post-dramatic stress would be my answer.

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