I was once asked to describe how I felt during war—how I feel now. The truth is I’m just twenty-three and angry. My anger is not fueled by reminiscing about war; it’s not brought on by Post- Traumatic Stress Disorder or physical ailments. My anger comes from the war itself: meanings never found, solutions never reached.
Badgett, Joseph W.
"Twenty-Three and Angry,"
Journal of Military Experience: Vol. 3
, Article 21.
Available at: http://encompass.eku.edu/jme/vol3/iss1/21