Social Security Serves Those Who’ve Served
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At Social Security, we honor our nation’s veterans not only on Veterans Day, but every day of the year. In fact, military service members who became disabled during active duty on or after October 1, 2001 get expedited processing of their Social Security disability applications, regardless of where the injury or disability occurred. In some situations, family members may be able to receive benefits too, including dependent children and spouses. If you, or someone you know, became disabled while on active duty in the military, you can find out more about what Social Security can do for you by visiting our website dedicated to our Wounded Warriors: www dot social security dot gov slash wounded warriors. Find out how Social Security can help disabled veterans. That address again is www dot social security dot gov slash wounded warriors. On Veteran’s Day and every day, we salute America’s veterans.