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Veterans With 100% Disability

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Dear Veteran's, 100 % Permanent Disabled,

You have the right to use ALL facilities on the Bases, including Legal Services. I now have a claim in and I now have a JAG that is my POA. I hope this information may help another Vet.


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I was told that 100% veterans can not use the Legel service on the AAFB in Campspring, Maryland..  I call and that what they told me. I would love to know why not?

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43 minutes ago, SEDRICK said:


Most 100% scheduler benefits are the same   with the exception of getting the P&T awarded...a 100% P&T Award has the complete benefits package.

as if a Veteran is only 100% and not P&T  then his spouse can't get ChampVA and educational allowances ....the P&T Tacked on the 100% will get you the complete benefits package.

BUT keep in mind the 100% award has great benefits as well like the property tax exemption  ect,,,ect,,,free hunting/fishing lic  ect,,,ect,,  park passes  ...dental care at the VA.

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Thanks for the info I did not know that and welcome to Hadit

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You can use the JAG for ALL legal issues, they will write wills, check contracts, etc....ALL legal matters..this is part of your benefits for being 100% Disabled.

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Yup, the only thing a 100% vet isn't entitled to as far as base/post priviledges go is medical care....if you look on your ID card on the back it will say "no" under those two items; but otherwise we can use all MWR facilities and everything else.

But I've even used the base hospital before in an emergency because it's only 5 minutes from my house. I let them work the logistics of it out with the VA later....

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