SAMHSSouth African Military Health Services
SAMHSSouth Australian Mental Health Services
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The noteworthy difference lies with the SAMHS officers who were clearly opposed.
A possible explanation is that both the SAAF and SAMHS have been extensively involved in humanitarian missions and have witnessed the horrors and difficulties of such missions.
However, officers serving in the SAMHS were significantly opposed.
Another is that the SAMHS, being the arm of service least in favour of combined operations, is also the arm of service with the largest percentage of women.
To some officers, especially those from the SAMHS and the SAAF who have already been involved in several humanitarian aid operations, the challenge is more daunting and they are consequently less supportive.