Combat-Related Injury Law and Legal Definition

"Combat-related injury" is defined as: “personal injury or sickness -(A) which is incurred -

(i) as a direct result of armed conflict

(ii) while engaged in extrahazardous service, or

(iii) under conditions simulating war; or

(B) which is caused by an instrumentality of war.” Gramling v. United States, 2009 U.S. Claims LEXIS 419 (Fed. Cl. Nov. 10, 2009)