Without question, America’s soldiers are willing to lay everything on the line to protect peace and freedom. It is the government’s responsibility to ensure that its servicemen and women do not go unrewarded for their selfless dedication. Thus, even long after active service, the government offers benefits to veterans as a token of their loyalty and proud service for their country. Veterans from both past and recent tours of duty can claim benefits, but the process can be quite convoluted.
Ideally, the government would readily dispense benefits to any and all veterans. There is a complicated process, however, that stands between veterans and the monetary recompense they deserve. Disabled veterans, in particular, will certainly need the remuneration for their continued treatment and improvement of their quality of life.