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Appendix O Questions Related to Traumatic Exposure How many times did you see someone dying or being killed? 2. How many times did you see dead bodies of enemy soldiers? 3. How many times did you see bizarre disfigurement of bodies that resulted from wounds? 4. Did you lose a close friend in the war? 5. Did you observe anything you would consider excessively violent or brutal, even for wartime, such as mistreatment of prisoners or mutilation of bodies? 6. Did you participate in anything you would consider excessively violent or brutal, even for wartime? 7. Were you ever physically forced to have sex while deployed? ~ A ~ J 8. Were you ever sexually molested (touched or fondled) against your will while deployed? 9. Did you ever feel that you were being harassed sexually while deployed? Please describe any other experiences that occurred during deployment in the Persian Gulf that you found extremely stressful and/or upsetting. What was the single most upsetting thing that happened to you while you were deployed in the Gulf? 185

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