Apparently, some real American military heroes have a problem. They can’t prove that injuries or disabilities resulted from active-duty service because they were on secret missions, and the records are classified.
According to the Army Times website, the Veterans Affairs department now has a liaison to the U.S. Special Operations Command with the clearance to access records of clandestine missions. This person can verify whether a service member really did go on the missions and is entitled to benefits.
I hope the opposite is also true—that the liaison can debunk all those fake claims of heroism and classified records that military wannabes use to scam and defraud people.
Read VA assigns officer to verify claims involving secret missions, on ArmyTimes.com.
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