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period of active duty for training during which the individual concerned was disabled or died from a disease or injury incurred or aggravated in line of duty, and any period of inactive duty training during
duty and those who have served on active duty for training or inactive duty for training. Presumptive periods do not apply to active duty for training or inactive duty for training. See Biggins v.
who have served on active duty and those who have served on active or inactive duty for training. The effect is that an individual who has served only on active or inactive duty for training must establish
while performing inactive duty training. 38 U.S.C.A. งง 101(24), 106, 1110 (West 2002). The definition of active duty also includes any periods of inactive duty for training during which an individual
RO to request the Veteran's personnel records from his National Guard service indicating when he served on active duty for training or inactive duty for training. The RO made the request and a response
Center (NPRC) and requested that a report be sent "that lists the dates of each separate period of active duty for training and inactive duty for training from August 1963 to the termination of the Veteran's
duty for training due to a disease or injury incurred or aggravated in the line of duty; or he was disabled from an injury incurred or aggravated during inactive duty training. See Mercado-Martinez v.
1982 and was a member until August 1991. While a member of the Army National Guard, he had various periods of active duty training (ACDUTRA) and inactive duty training (INACDUTRA), including one initial
or from a left shoulder injury incurred or aggravated during any period of inactive duty for training (INACDUTRA) from November 1955 to April 1956. 3. A current left shoulder condition was not caused
evidence suggests the Veteran's hearing loss may have been permanently aggravated during one or more of his subsequent periods of active duty training and inactive duty training in the Navy Reserves and
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