Veteran FAQs:


Q: Are veterans also subject to illnesses directly related to their military service such as posttraumatic stress disorder?

A: Yes, War veterans are generally treated with great respect and honour for their contribution to the world and country by their own nationals.

Q: Are veterans one of the most important protest movements of the Great Depression?

A: Yes, and marching on Washington, DC, to get a claimed bonus now that Congress had promised them decades in the future.

Q: Are veterans 300% the national average?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a veteran used for political purpose and may not actually refer to someone that participated in a war?

A: Yes, but still feels entitled to some benefit because of association with a cause for which there had been an actual war.

Q: Are veterans neither honoured in any special way by the general public?

A: Yes, nor have their dedicated Veterans Day, although events are sometimes orchestrated by minority groups.

Q: Are veterans an organization that provides advocacy and support for African American and other minority veterans?

A: Yes.

Q: Were veterans in prison than there were British troops currently in Afghanistan?

A: Yes.

Q: Are veterans at higher risk than the general population for several disorders, especially younger veterans?

A: Yes, Younger veterans are at increased risk for drug use disorders, alcohol abuse disorders, and mental illnesses in general.

Q: Is a veteran one who has served in the armed forces?

A: Yes, and especially one who has served in combat.

Q: Are veterans female?

A: Yes.

Q: Was a veteran medically discharged and receives a VA service-connected disability stipend?

A: Yes, and the time limits are not applicable.