I have seen people at the hospital in the early hours who looked like Tom Cruise walking on the red carpet, well dressed and clean shaven and all. I have heard and seen vets with ptsd and service connected (well rated) who have friends, steady jobs (and well paying), and functional lives who well lived lives. I personally think those individuals dont have a problem or are overly rated. From someone who has been dealing with this trauma for years and who's been homeless and lives the disability (but also thought it wasn't a disability due to among other things, and having all of my limbs...some would think that they didnt qualify or shouldn't talk up about it.) Sometimes it seems a bit racist or there are other factors into play. But it is a shame some vets get denied the help and clearly can't function, while others are perfectly ok. its not right.