Veterans who have fired weapons such as this would be well advised to be consistently aware of any symptoms they experience that may signs Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Some of those symptoms may be ringing in the ears, headaches, numbness in the extremities, and even mood changes, such as depression, among other signs and symptoms. A veteran who has developed TBI as a result of firing these weapons may be eligible for VA disability.
Experiencing blasts at close range may be bad for your brain.
Service members risk brain damage when operating shoulder-fired heavy weapons like the AT4, LAW, and Carl Gustaf recoilless rifle, according to new report.
New Study Says Shoulder-Fired Weapons Are Hazardous For The Brain
Service members risk brain damage when operating shoulder-fired heavy w