Can I sue the military if I am a disabled veteran for PTSD? I was sent to the morgue alone, all the time for 2 years overseas. It was against my will and my life has been horribly affected. I am a female. I have 2 witnesses if needed. No one from that time will talk to me. I always thought conspiracy is a strong word, but as time goes by it fits. I hope this doesn't happen to other x-ray technologists in the Air Force. I AM A FEMALE...I WAS 21-23 years old.
Yes, I am a 100% service-connected Vet. & PTSD. I am somewhat embarrassed, but I am Mad as Hell that this happened to me. Yes I still see a counselor so no worries. I guess I just want the government pay for all of this when really those that used me up in the morgue back in 1985-1988 at Clark AB Philippines would pay up. Plus, if I could win and set a precedence maybe this wouldn't happen to anyone else. Anyway, thanks for listening and I'll wait to hear from you ASAP.
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