Army chaplain was never quite the same after Afghanistan
While in Afghanistan, army chaplain Heikki Arikka had to be armed 24 hours a day. He lived in a tent, which he shared with 13 other Finns, leaving each of them a couple of square metres of personal space. "My army knife hung on the wall above my head. As minimum gear, I had to carry a pistol with me at all times," 42-year-old Arikka explains.