Can someone provide some insight into this one? I mean, what hunts were they specifically talking about giving 25% of the available tags--or were they talking 25% across the board? Don't get me wrong with this one--I am fully supportive of our troops and the tough job they do, but I also know that the interpretation of disabled can vary widely (lots of "disabled" military would not be recognized as disabled in the traditional sense of the word). There are plenty of servicemen with some level of disability from their service which would not necessarily entitle them to an "easy hunt". For example, diminished hearing is a pretty common disability that I wouldn't consider as disabled. I can see this one difficult to interpret both what constitutes disabled and what their limitations would entitle them to. Any feedback is appreciated.