I agree.I do not have issue with it - it is only for approved procedures, that is medically necessary or due to physiological reasons. For me is it is just like medicare funded plastic surgery - it's not like they are just handing out boob jobs just becasue a person is in defence.
I know one soldier had a boob job and another who had extensive dental treatment to correct a skeletal defect. Both went through an extensive justification process and were able to do their jobs better after their treatments. I have no problem with this at all.
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