The thousand-yard stare or two-thousand-yard stare is a phrase often used to describe the blank , unfocused gaze of soldiers who have become emotionally detached from the horrors around them. It is also sometimes used more generally to describe the look of dissociation among victims of other types of trauma. The phrase was popularized after Life magazine published the painting Marines Call It That 2, Yard Stare by World War II artist and correspondent Tom Lea ,  although the painting was not referred to with that title in the magazine article. McNair , Washington, D.
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