An Old sergeant syndrome consits of symptoms of psychological disturbance, including depression, anxiety and guilt, exhibited by noncommissioned officers in cohesive units that suffer heavy casualties. Strongly loyal to their

unit and its members; these leaders feel so responsible for their unit's losses that they withdrew psychologically from the group.

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