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There are many people who have put their life on the line to serve for our country Whether it be the Army Navy or Marines they all have one agenda on hand which is to protect and serve our country United States of America Some were fortunate to not experience warfare but others are scarred life with the experiences they have been through The effects on someones psychological profile lies within the beholder One does not have to have a first eye look and be in war situations to truly understand what it is like As we see in In Country by Bobbie Ann Mason there are many psychological and emotional effects that the brain undergoes when returning from war Emmett is a prime example of the after effects of war and it affects those who are close to him One of the more common effects that veterans undergo after war is the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD Emmett is a prime example of how the Vietnam changes his life after battle Emmett leads the readers on wondering what is his deal We are aware that he was in the war but at the same time other veterans are moving on with their lives They are finding quality jobs and starting a family Emmett on the other hand is living the same life since his time in Vietnam After his discharge Emmett stayed with his parents two weeks then left He couldnt adjust 23 He is refusing to find a job At first he lived with his niece Sam and his sister Irene who babied him He attempted to go to college and worked odd jobs but neither lasted He is left unemployed despite the fact that he owes the Veterans Hospital over five-hundred dollars for checks he continued to collect even after he quit college The character Sam Emmett niece is one to notice that Emmett is a changed man from his
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