Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Restore GI Bill benefits for veterans with career-ending PTSD

July 13, 2017 Military Times

An op-ed references the Costs of War report that found that "bad-paper" veterans are among those veterans with higher needs for post-war assistance. "One recent report published by Brown University — " ‘Bad Papers’: The Invisible and Increasing Costs of War for Excluded Veterans" — found that bad-paper veterans “are among those veterans with higher needs for post-war assistance, being over-represented in studies on veteran [PTSD, TBI,] suicide, drug and alcohol abuse, military sexual assault/trauma, and related problems of incarceration and homelessness.”

Restore GI Bill benefits for veterans with career-ending PTSD (Costs of War Project cited) – Military Times