As members of the U.S. military, they've driven Humvees through desert roads laced with buried explosive devices. They've spent years away from family and home, living in cramped tents, barracks, or submarines. They've followed orders to search out those who would like nothing better than to see them dead. If they are lucky enough to survive, they get called heroes. But sometimes acting heroically can take a psychological toll. Read more >
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