Section E. Claims Based on Service in Southwest Asia
NONMEDICAL EVIDENCE YOU MAY SUBMIT
EVIDENCE YOU MAY SUBMIT
Any evidence which is written or can be verified. Things which can help us with your claim include
records or reports of
you lost from work
in your physical appearance
in your physical abilities
changes in your mental or emotional attitude.
We can also use statements from persons who knew you during the Gulf War or after your military service.
This person should have personal knowledge of your disabilities. Each person should submit a statement on
the enclosed VA Form titled
in Support of Claim
or a letter with the following statement above the signature:
I hereby certify that the information I have given is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
The person's name and complete address must be clearly shown. Identify the statement with your name and VA file number.
The statement should describe exactly what the person observed and mention specific dates and places.
A person on active duty at the time should include his or her service number and military unit.
Toll-free Gulf War Information Helpline at 1-800-PGW-VETS
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