Army Is Worried by Rising Stress of Return Tours to Iraq - New York Times Army Is Worried by Rising Stress of Return Tours to IraqSure, there are serious mental health issues with the returning soldiers.
But there are plenty of physical health problems too. Many of these folks are not being killed on the field of battle when confronted with the bomb blasts. Their eyes, ears and brains (central processing) are gone.
These men and women won't be able to work again. The injuries are life changing, of course. The cost to the individuals is steep. The long term cost of the wars are high.
The United States needs to get out of Iraq and Afghanistan.
How this as about a Constitutional Amendment: US Soldiers should NEVER serve a second tour of duty.