Soldiers' advocates take to court to fight Carson ban 

Suiting up

By now, it's no secret that the Army discharges soldiers for relatively minor infractions — DUI and drug use, for example — that might stem from symptoms of war injuries, such as post-traumatic stress disorder. The discharges leave soldiers without medical benefits…

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