If you served on active duty during World War II, the Korean War or during the Vietnam era for 90 days or more, were released from active duty for a disability resulting from military service, served for more than 180 days after July 25, 1947 and were discharged for a conditions other than dishonorable, served for 180 days in active duty and continues to do so without a break in duty, or served for 90 days or more during the Persian Gulf War, you will be eligible to receive home or business loans from the Department.
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