Did they ever broach that in the film? I had never heard it used anywhere. I had wondered if it was a term for the locker they sent all the dead soldier's personal effects back home in. I hope you weren't the template for the clueless army psychologist!
I haven't seen it yet, so I couldn't say...
But it has been my experience that directors always make the military psychologist "clueless".The crazier the soldiers, the more clueless the psychologist...although it is usually a psychiatrist...who ARE clueless.From what I gathered in articles I've read etc...it was classic Hollywood. A soldier who fit that kind of profile would have been pulled from the line ASAP in real life.
One thing I always kept in mind during evals was until one experiences combat, one can't relate to the aftermath. That's why "shrinks" always come across as "clinical". And soldiers all handle it differently...but Command always wants the "body" back ASAP.