Right now in America, there are approximately 3.5 million disabled veterans drawing, on average, $1,000 in VA disability. Many of these veterans suffer from permanent disabilities that have greatly reduced their ability to earn an income, if not snuffed that ability out entirely, and many of them do not function as well with regular life skills and capabilities as they did before becoming injured in service to their country.
Many of these veterans are missing limbs, have severe back and joint pain and other issues as a result of the heavy body armor they wore in the wars in the Middle East, and an even larger number suffer from invisible wounds, such as P.T.S.D., the root cause in 22 veterans a day taking their own lives in the mass veteran suicide epidemic we are now seeing in America.
However, most of the veterans who suffer from disabilities will tell you that they would proudly serve their country again if given the opportunity.
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