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My name is Joe and I'm a Shield/Storm Army Veteran. I served with the 1st Cavalry Division, HHC 2/5 CAV as a 77F. E-4.

I don't know much about the VA or it's processes but filed a back claim in 2002 and was awarded 10% in 2003. I filed a claim for sleep problems and pain and they awarded me 40% for fiber myalgia and 30% for PTSD in Jan this year.

I have been in and out of jobs over the years due to my inability to cope. Loner here.

I've recently sought out treatment because I feel I have no other choice.

Nice meeting everyone and I appreciate all that the fine people of the US do to help each other.

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Welcome to Hadit. I would guess that if you have PTSD and are not able to work your rating is to low. When was the last time you worked? Have you applied for Social Security?

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