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How do you become a military veteran?

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2009-11-10 03:40:36

Serve in the US military and after a general or honorable discharge you are a US Veteran with the benefits thereof. Serve during a conflict in theater than you are a war veteran.

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Join the military service. (and be discharged)

Serve in the US military and after a general or honorable discharge you are a US Veteran with the benefits thereof. Serve during a conflict in theater than you are a war veteran.

A veteran is anyone who has served their nation wearing the military uniform, in war or peace.

To become a good veteran, you don't need any college at all. What you need to do for that is to join the military.

If you have worn a military uniform in service to your nation, YOU ARE A VETERAN.

If you served in the military, you are a veteran. You do know whether you served in the military or not?

Military nurse in war,YES...a military veteran. Civilian nurse in war, YES...a VETERAN of her occupation but not a MILITARY Veteran. Another words, the word "Veteran" is not strictly a military term. A person can be a veteran doctor, veteran lawyer, veteran school teacher, etc. Veteran means someone that has been doing that job/occupation for a long time.

To become a veteran, you have to have served in the military. In today's military, a high school diploma or equivalency is required.

A person is considered to be a veteran of the military if they have spent time in the military. You can also be considered a veteran of other things.

Anyone who has served their nation in a military uniform is a veteran.

If you served in the U.S. military and were honorably discharged, you are a military veteran.

No. Just serving in the military service (honorably), makes them a "military veteran." Serving in a combat zone makes them a combat/war veteran.

Serving "over-seas" is NOT A REQUIREMENT for veteran status. Serving honorably in the US military makes you a military veteran.

You are a veteran if you served your nation wearing the military uniform .

Any person that has served their country IN the US military forces honorably; is a military veteran. Civilian contractors working for the military are NOT military vets.

Anyone from any nation, who has worn the military uniform, is a veteran.

no bcuz a veteran is someone who has severed in the military and is not inlisted.

By definition, a veteran is someone that served in the military. There are other used of the term for those that have been in jobs and skill sets for long periods of time. But the use of veteran for Vetereans Day is specific to the military type.

To become a veteran NO. To be a veterinarian YES.

Why not? If a person has EVER worn the military uniform of their nation, they are a veteran.

To be a military veteran, you have to be in the military, which is going to require that you go through some form of entry level training.

There is no official standard as to what makes some one a military veteran. I would say a military veteran is some one who filled their service commitment.

Anyone who served in the military is considered a veteran, war or peace

A veteran is anyone who has served their nation in wearing the military uniform, in war or peace.

Anyone who has given honorable military service to their nation, in war or peace, is a veteran.


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