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3.The helicopters, hospitals, doctors and nurses were usually on the sidelines of the war, waiting for someone to need them. Helicopters would drop supplies and pick up wounded or dead soldiers when needed. Hospitals took in wounded soldiers where doctors and nurses looked after them.4.In the letter that had the greatest emotional impact on me, the writer was describing how his comrade died, and the description revealed the soldiers fear of his own death without saying it outright. This letter made the greatest impact on me because it showed me that even without trying to, soldiers could not help but to express their fear of what is to come with the war.5.The war had a great impact on the common soldier and his family. The soldiers are torn from their homes and forced into battle, which they may or may not want. The soldier may have wanted to go to college or do other things but the war changed all of that. Their families are most often constantly worried about the soldier and his well-being. If the soldier comes home, he then has to readjust to society, and not all soldiers successfully do that.