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costco dramamine If she was diagnosed on active duty it is the VA's problem. They provide healthcare for veterans, part of the bargain for signing up. If she was diagnosed later it would of been a different story. Same as if disabled in car accident while serving or getting in one later when out. My problem is why does a married person get more than a single person. They have the same disease. Never understood how they got away with that double standard. Two people doing the exact same job, same rank and rate, yet one gets paid more because they are married. That doesn't fly in the civilian world and should not in the military either. I have no problem extending club, PX and commissary privileges or even including them in the military health care system. That would be the same as in the civilian world where you get to be covered by your partners insurance. Though you do pay more for that insurance if your married than if your single.