I voted yes , we should have some sort of VA system so the care given is done by staff who know what its like, and care about the service men and women under thier care, and do not judge them for the job the do/did.
A uniform badge for number two's and wooly pulleys.
My instinct is yes but it depends on what for.....is it for injury sustained by enemy action or do RTAs in an operational theatre count? If the wound is inflicted by the enemy then how serious does it have to be? Does the bloke who gets grazed by a bullet/shrapnel get treated the same as one who loses a limb?
I think proper treatment would be the best solution as stated by mark1234.