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MAJ Ken Landgren
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I was MED boarded in 2014 and my packet was automatically forwarded to Social Security. If you think you should get SSDI, make an appointment to see a SS worker and they will help you fill out the application.
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SFC George Smith
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already Tried and they said No for Now Because I was already drawing Disability from The VA... and to check again when I hit 65... next January...
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SFC Dan Sorrow, M.S.
SFC Dan Sorrow, M.S.
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The VA disability has nothing to do with SSDI under Title II. It could prevent SSI under Title XVI though.
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LTC Stephen F.
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Thanks for sharing SFC Joe S. Davis Jr., MSM, DSL. Last year In tried to apply for SSDI benefits based on advice from the Patient Advocate. That was a waste of time.
In my case my SSDI benefits would be $2,667 right now if they were granted.
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