Veteran Pension — “Wartime Veteran” — What it Means




On our main website we have a new article discussing one of the requirements to receive the Veteran Pension — Aid and Attendance — also called “non service related disability” as the veteran does not need to have been injured while in the service. The requirement we focus on this new article is “What does wartime veteran mean?”

We discuss the dates for World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.

We also stress that being a “war time” veteran does NOT require actually being in combat or even in the part of the world where combat occurred. It just means being a veteran who served in the armed forces (active duty) during a time of war.

If you live in Alabama and you have questions about this please pick up the phone and call our office at 205-879-2447 or you can easily fill out our contact form on our website and just let us know what your question is about the VA Pension.


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