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    You’ve just been rated 100% disabled by the Veterans Affairs. After the excitement of finally having the rating you deserve wears off, you start asking questions. One of the first questions that you might ask is this: It’s a legitimate question – rare is the Veteran that finds themselves sitting on the couch eating bon-bons … Continue reading

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Ok so here it is. I am an Army Brat; daughter to a WO-4; MP myself; and wife to the most amazing man ever (sorry to all the men out there but it is what it is :rolleyes: ) an Infantry Sniper. I know the military from almost every side. My blood runs true (I would say blue but I am female). I love the military and all those that are in it. I like to say that the military is like an abusive relationship, they beat you up, treat you like crap and you still come back for more. :D

The reason why I am here is for answers like so many others but also the kind of comradery that only comes from those who have served.

My mission for the people on this site is to help keep my family together. I need those who can support and help me be that women who will stand by her man as we find our way through the front lines of being a combat veteran away from war, no matter how dangerous it may become. If you so choose to accept, my eternal gratitude will be your reward. I know it isn't much but hey we are military we are used to giving up everything for bread crumbs right?!?! :D I shall see you in the trenches... oh, I mean posts!

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Welcome to HADIT. A great place to get the information and advice to help you and yours through the non-adversarial VA claim process. Your story is a little like my daughters. She is married to an active duty First Sergeant and is a service connected Veteran (50%).

If you do not find the information you need in any of the previous post, please post your questions as there is usually someone here that has been there and done that. Once again, welcome aboard. Terry

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I need those who can support and help me be that women who will stand by her man as we find our way through the front lines of being a combat veteran away from war, no matter how dangerous it may become.


Welcome to Hadit.

I think you will also find some female veterans and VA female claimants here

that will also be willing to provide help and support.


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Welcome Cherry. Every day is a new day. I take one day at a time and try to smell the roses and appreciate the small things. We have so much to be thankful for so i try to keep it in perspective.

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