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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Loss of territories - productive land,industries and raw resources 3. 2. The effects of war on a pilot can range from Mental health toPhysical health Mental Effects G-Force 1. Injury WHAT ARE THE Effects of Flying on a Military Pilot . Pilots have been used since WW1 and since then pilotshave evloved and changedincluding UAV pilots Pilots are vital to the U.S. Military if we don't helpthem, we aren't helping the most important people in are Military The Navy and The Air Force are the two branches that have the most Pilots in their branch Mental effects of War. With PTSD being a growing concern for regular combat men and women, it isn't as bad as UAV pilots or regular pilots UAV pilots have been tested for only 4% chance of getting PTSD but, they have high stress levels but no PTSD With such low PTSD rates being a pilot doesn't seem too bad but, you would have to watch the stress G-Force A G may be thought of as the force or "pull" of gravity upon a body Grayout, Blackout. Vision is completely lost, and Loss of Consciousness. This is positive Gs Blood rushed to the brain, so the blood stays stagnate in the head. This is the result of Negative G. Injuries In pilots the most common injuries are neck pain andback pain. This injuries occur from the G's and the seats in the planes Treatment caninclude heat packand ice packs for acute pain and surgery for major pain. These injuries just don't effect the pilots fora little bit. These injuries can effect pilots for life. Conclusion The effect of flying on a Military pilot aren't all that bad. Only some pilots have high stress and a few have PTSD. From the G-Force and injury most of the men or women that it happens to are fighter pilots. All in all being a pilot can be an easy job with little risk. It all depends on what you do. Sources Gist, Lawrence. "The Role of Parents in Child Trafficking." Los Angeles Examiner (CA) 25 Jul. 2009, LA County Foreign Policy Examiner: NewsBank. Web. 28 Jan. 2015.Aerobatic Pilots: A Flight Hazard, W. R. Kirkham, M.D., Ph.D., S. M. Wicks, and D. L. Lowrey, FAA-AM-82-13.
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