Introduction: Relationship of physical and psychological symptoms with stress in military organization and environment need to study. The goal of this article was to consider and rank psychological and physical symptoms of life stressors in military personnel. Method: This is a cross-sectional study. Sample society was a group of military personnel in one of the military centers. The instruments of this study were Holmes & Rahe life event scale and a researcher-made questionnaire, which have been filled by 766 militants. Results: Differences between groups were significant according to life event score. Militants with life event scores more than 250 showed higher score in somatic sign and militants with life event scores less than 200 showed higher score in somatic symptom scale than the personnel with less than 100 in life event score. Conclusion: There is a significant relationship between stress of life event and psychological and physical signs of stress in militants. More the life event score, more the psychological and physical signs of stress.