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Crscs- With Less Than 20



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USDR Action Alerts <Legislative@USDR.ORG> wrote:

Subject: CRSC for Chapter 61 With Less than 20 Years

From: "USDR Action Alerts" <Legislative@USDR.ORG>

Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2007 10:53:08 -0400 (EDT)

CRSC for Chapter 61 With Less than 20 Years

S 986 - Combat Related Special Compensation Act of 2007 Take Action!

90,000 Chapter 61 Retirees will Benefit

Please send the following editable message to your Senators ---

As your voting constituent, I strongly urge your cosponsorship and support of S 986, the Combat-Releated Special Compensation Act of 2006, introduced by Senator Harry Reid, on March 26, 2007.

As you are likely aware, the 2003 National Defense Authorization Act (PL 108-136) authorized Combat Related Special Compensation for those who voluntarily retired with 20 or more years of service but specifically discriminated against those who were involuntarily retired for medical disability with less than 20 years of retirement service under title 10 United States Code, Chapter 61.

If enacted into S 986 would grant equitable relief to approximately 90,000 Chapter 61 retirees who have combat related disabilities; however, it would not grant relief to an additional 100,000 Chapter 61 retirees who have service connected disabilities.

Please advise me of your intentions regarding cosponsorship and support of S 986.

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