Thanks for approving my request to join the group. I wanted to provide a comment about the way the VA calculates how much to recoup when the Veteran receives drill pay and VA disability pay. They don't take the ACTUAL days of your drill pay into account - they just look at the overall number of days. They then use the amount of disability you were receiving on the last day of the fiscal year (30September).In my husband's case, he was receiving $888 per month for FY14. On 16 September 2014 he received an increase in his disability, which isn't effective until 1 October 2014 and is paid in his disability payment of 1 November 2014. His new disability payment went up to $1854. The VA used the $1854 per month to calculate his repayment amount, not the actual $888 per month that he actually received. So they withdrew over 2x the amount they should have from his disability payments. We have fought this and even met with the director of the VA for the northeast and they stated they followed the procedures correctly and won't correct their mistake. We have now bumped it to the appellate court for review. This process needs to change. We don't disagree with paying back the disability payments but it should be based on the average amount of disability received per day of the FY, if not the actual day. They are taking away benefits that a Veteran has earned.Depending on how the appeal goes, I am willing to keep fighting this. I'd love to know how many other Veterans are dealing with the same issue. Maybe a Class Action Lawsuit?