The purpose of this study is to find out the effects of war on a soldier financial decision making process. Militarism has countless costs, from lives lost in armed conflict to environmental degradation to damage to the physical mental and emotional of the troops involved. The study focuses on the challenges faced by soldiers during their financial decision process. This is particularly after war and what can be the possible solution to this problem. According to the international law, war is an armed conflict between two or more governments or states. When such conflicts assume global proportions, they are known as world wars. War between different parts or factions of the same nation is called civil war.
Data readiness factor presented in this report came from both primary source and secondary sources such as interviews administered in the case study of Lanet Barracks and the literature from past studies. Viewing data, it was important to remember that there were many ways to present the same information to support different conclusions. Different valid data sources could also seem to contradict each other because of slightly different categorical definition, timeframe or methods. Additionally, ambiguity is inherent because precise and comparable numbers may simply not be available in some categories.
1. BACKGROUND INFORMATION
Kenya Defense Forces as a whole and was formally recognized after the onset of the ongoing war between Kenya forces and al-shabaab militias. Further significant changes took place in the peace keeping operation that Kenya has participated before where troops were allowed to serve in the frontline as infantry soldiers, on board ships, as pilot of combat aircraft and in combat support roles of the artillery and engineering.
War affects society by raising prices on goods and supplies. War affects families by devastation. People can be affected by war in many different ways. War affects...
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