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Participating in a war requires skill strength and preparation It obligates lots of physical mental and emotional preparation Physical preparation includes endurance and coordination becoming stronger Mental preparation is training yourself to be okay with being in war and fighting for whatever reason you are fighting for Emotional preparation is knowing that you have a great possibility of dying in the war and might not get to see your friends and family every again It also requires being okay with killing multiple people to try to win the war I assume I would never be prepared to fulfill the duties of a solder in combat I could tell myself that what I am doing is right but only if I truly believed in what I was fighting for I would possibly convince myself that I had to be in this war and kill for what is right Although I would mentally have everything worked out in my head I would never actually have the physical and emotional ability to enforce what my mind was telling me My nerves would get in the way of my actions and stop me from killing anyone In that situation I would stand in the middle of the field trying to pull a trigger run or just try to do anything to survive Although there really isnt any safe place to be I would try to hide and merely try to escape from all the violence and destruction But if I ever come across a dead man I would likely throw a psychotic fit Despite the fact that I wouldnt be the one who killed the man I would still feel horrible for his death I would try not to kill anyone and try not to be killed Considering that have a extravagant chance of being killed I would attempt to hurt the person enough to stop him from killing me but at the same
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