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My Beliefs about War & National Security

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War is justifiable if it stops an otherwise unstoppable aggressor while inflicting minimal damage to persons and property.
The moral justification for war is important for Service members to make sense of their own sacrifices and their being called upon to kill others.
In war, injustices are committed on all sides, and the responsibility is shared equally by society and Service members.
Regardless of whether war is justifiable, I do not want to support the military in my capacity as a health care professional.
I am glad there is a military to protect us, but my preference is that I, or anyone in my family, will not serve.
I am opposed to war and believe that there is a peaceful way to resolve any crisis.
My Beliefs about War & National Security | Center for Deployment Psychology

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