Are You a U.S. Military Vet Who Can’t Obtain War Records? Tell Us Your Story
ProPublica is interested in hearing from Iraq and Afghanistan veterans who have had difficulty locating their field records.
Over the last decade, scores of U.S. military units deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan have destroyed or failed to keep field reports of their activities, making it difficult for some soldiers to prove their combat experiences and obtain medical benefits or other veteran awards and services. ProPublica is interested in hearing from Iraq and Afghanistan veterans who have had difficulty locating their field records. Read the investigation, then tell us your story.
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