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Airborne Trooper  
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November 9, 2011 12:40pm
 
Well said Winston. Rocking rambler, reagardless wether your injuries were sustained in combat or non combat, if it still happened while you were on active duty, you are still considered a disabled VET. Let me give you a prime example, I jumpe out of airplanes for the military for 18 years. It wasnt combat, yet it was to keep me trained and ready if I were ever called upon to do it combat. So in all the years of airborn operations, there were times I suffered sprained ankles, concussions, lower back injuries etc. Its non combat, but it is still an injury I sustained while in the military. So even if I had never deployed to combat, I still suffered injuries during my career. When you file for disability its for your entire military career, not just combat duty. I think we deserve that based on what we need to do to be combat ready and effective. Hope that explains it for you.
     
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