Should you get wounded in Afghanistan the Colorado Springs Gazette states that you could receive no benefits if you get an "other than honorable discharge." The Army's new policy is make a file on individual veterans that have received wounds, head injuries and PTSD from action in a war zone. When there is enough data discharge the veteran. Many veteran are coming back from the war in Afghanistan with injuries that cause them to miss appointments, are slow at doing tasks and reporting for sick-call to often. Then they are discharged with no benefits and the VA will not except them for medical treatment. So they are left to use the emergence rooms at major hospitals to get treatment or something to stabilize their condition. So now there is a class of veterans that are discharged just to get rid of them. The Army continues to claim this is not true.