Disabled Soldier Support System

May 2005
Soldiers;May2005, Vol. 60 Issue 5, special section p12
Reports on the Disabled Soldier Support System of the United States Army, which provides severely disabled soldiers and their families with a system of advocacy, follow-up and personal support, assisting our nation's heroes as they transition from military service back into the civilian community. Provision of holistic support services; Tracking of the soldiers; Completion of administrative requirements.


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