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Yes it is but there is a catch.

It must be found within the first post service year and the readings have to be compensable. Top number 160 or more, bottom 100 or higher.


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That is exactly why they denied me last year I separated in '99. They said I had not made the claim within a year and my medical record did not say I had hypertension. I was told when I was in service that I was borderline hypertensive and I needed to quit smoking most of my numbers were in the 150's and high 90's.


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