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Hardened US Soldiers can't see they are the enemy

Fatal shooting shows stress risk facing U.S. troops
By Tim Cocks Tim Cocks – Mon Jun 1, 10:08 am ET
COMBAT OUTPOST COBRA, Iraq (Reuters) – Experts say the risk of soldiers suffering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) goes up substantially on their third tour of duty. Sergeant Joseph Huiet is on his sixth.
"Troops say causes of combat stress are many. The most obvious are danger, trauma of friends dying, frequent roadside bombs and other sneak attacks common in Iraq's guerrilla war."There's the stress of not knowing who your enemy is half the time. You probably saw him in the street and didn't know.""

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