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Records or police reports of the said event  that happen  also if this happen in the military  buddy statements that witness the event or knows about it, its proven best with police reports and medical records.

request your C-FILE if you have not did so?  request all your STR's and medical military records ASAP  If you have not did so..this is your proof a traumatic event happen.  unit reports morning reports  all reports of the units you were with   and private police reports. all and everything you can get your hands on  its all good evidence. 

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You can also go to your VA MH Clinic  

Request to see the MST/PTSD COORDINATOR.

Get into treatment and get to feeling better 

As for as your claim you need medical evidence to support what you are claiming...again police reports medical documentation from Dr's reports  statment from you as to what occurred and date and location it occurred, if you have a S.C. MST/ PTSD DIAGNOSE that's a good start.

We have some MST/PTSD Climates here on hadit that hopefully chime in here to help you.

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Have you made any head way in this? I filed for MST/PTSD in 2017, for MSTs that happened between 1994-1996. No reports or evidence, just markers in my records. Was granted 50% in less than 90 days. 

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