He’s a definitley a hero with 35 kills under his belt(Every man and woman serving is a hero IMO) but he walked away four years shy of being eligible for his pension. That’s the policy across the board for all branches of the military. Now maybe if you want to debate lowering the pension requirements, but really how is that the Presidents fault? As for his wartime pains, he can literally walk into any VA facility right now, anywhere in the U.S., and he would be seen and be treated. The government does provide 180 days of transitional health-care benefits, but this guy is eligible only if he agrees to remain on active duty “in a support role,” or become a reservist. Either way, his life would not be his own. Instead, he’ll buy private insurance for $486 a month, but some treatments that relieve his wartime pains, like $120 for weekly chiropractic care, are out-of-pocket.