Saw a bunch of them during a hurricane SAR ops. It never really bothered me, but funerals do. Live people bothered me more. Some of them were pretty fucked up, and some were downright delirious. We were also missing a bunch of specialists who were dropped at the wrong location, which meant we couldn't do rotary wing drops or lifts for a while. That hampered our ability to get things done, and I'm sure more people died from that. But you know, the thing that bothered me the most was a horse, not because I had never seen a dead animal, but because of the extent of its mangling. It had been smeared into the mud, and looked as if it was painted on, but not like a painting of a live horse or anything, but as something that was the facsimile of a horse, like an overly detailed child's drawing of a horse. The horse was black, and other than the mud on the edges, it looked clean, black, and shiny. We got there so soon after the storm had passed that I'm sure the horse must have been alive less than 24 hours before. I always wondered why people didn't take their animals or make an effort. We also found a lot of dogs. One of them came with us, and one other that we wanted to take ran away into the water. I'm almost positive it must have drowned, since there was no solid land in the direction it was swimming, but it was scared, and we never saw it again. Dead people aren't too terrible. It's everything around them that is terrible. That's why I hate funerals. Reminds me that I'll have to go to another one at some point, and I don't want to imagine who it might be.