- service records or any other document from the time of service establish the existence of one or more symptoms of PTSD or PTSD-related conditions,
- a diagnosis of PTSD or a PTSD-related disorder is given by a civilian provider based on evidence in a veteran’s record that show that the veteran had PTSD symptoms during his time of service,
- any other evidence that shows that PTSD or a PTSD-related disorder existed at the time of service and may have contributed to the misconduct that led to the other than honorable discharge.
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