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Buck52

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Buck52 last won the day on March 27 2017

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    Helping other Veterans& watching my grand-monsters grow up!
    Vietnam Veteran



    To care for him who shall
    have borne the battle
    and for his widow
    and his orphan."
    ~Abraham Lincoln

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    Army Special Operations.
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  1. Do I still have a claim if the perpetrator was masked and I do not have the identity of the attacker? In other words it could have been a military person or civilian based on the police report. I was taken to the hospital by the police so the report and all the details are there.  I guess what I am asking is ....do you have to prove the assailant was a military person to file for MST?The even occurred off base while I was on active duty.  The police report does include my testimony that I believed the attacker may have been someone I knew in the military, but because of the mask I could not be sure.  The civilian police did bring in the SSGT I suspected for questioning, but decided upon a short questioning session to let him go without further investigation.

    Will this impact my ability to get approved for MST related claim?

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