Gulf War Syndrome Presumptive Disability
Gulf War Syndrome is a term meant to group unrelated, seemingly random and unconnected chronic symptoms that have no known official or identifiable clinical diagnosis. If you have developed symptoms lasting 6 months or more (chronic) that are unrelated to or undiagnosed as another condition and are not a result of misconduct or tied to another service area outside of Southwest Asia, you might be eligible for Gulf War Presumptive Disability. There are three categories that your symptoms can be classified as...
Diagnosis of Gulf War Syndrome can be developed before or after discharge - and must manifest to 10% for all after-discharge eligibility.
If a clinical diagnosis can be made, the
symptoms do not constitute Gulf War Syndrome. Conditions with partially known causes do not qualify.