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Secrets of Self-Defense by John Richter, Lt. Col USMC

The late John Richter was described as a mustang officer. That means he started out as an enlisted man and was promoted to commissioned officer on the battlefield. 80 more words


A qualitative analysis of the experience and impact of killing in hand-to-hand combat.

A growing body of research suggests that killing during military combat is closely associated with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), as well as a number of other adverse mental health related conditions (e.g., dissociative experiences, violent behavior, functional impairment). 183 more words

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