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- combat boot,
- combat infantryman badge,
- combat neurosis,
- combat team,
- combat trousers,
- combat zone
Origin of combat fatigue
First recorded in 1940–45
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another term for battle fatigue
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[ kŏm′băt′ ]
Posttraumatic stress disorder resulting from wartime combat or similar experiences. No longer in scientific use.battle fatigue shell shock
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