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Could you be a little more specific? Were you supposed to receive severance pay and did not? I'll be able to assist you better the more facts you can provide. Thanks.
I received severance pay for a 20% disability from the army on November 16, 1986. The VA rated my disability and I am receiving disability pay, but they are still deducting the recoupment from my disability pay. They sited VA statute of 38 CFR. I don't think it is right, but in 27 years of asking, I have never heard of a successful attempt to test this action. Thank you Larry
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