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Between the beginning of the conflict in March 2003 and September 2004, 687 serving military personnel, predominantly soldiers, were treated. Of these, 77 were diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder and 382 with adjustment disorder or combat stress. A further 228 were treated for a range of problems such as depression, neurosis or misuse of medication. These figures are expected to rise when the Ministry of Defence releases data for the last three months of 2004.
Originally posted by jlc163
I guess those are the solders that don't think it's fun to shoot at people.