Getting The Most Out Of Your Benefits
First, it's important to know that if you are receiving military benefits, this does not preclude you from getting SSDI. In fact, the Social Security Administration openly encourages veterans to apply for Social Security Disability Insurance--the fact that you may be receiving a military pension should not stop you from applying for benefits.
If you are still on active duty, it is important to keep the following things in mind when applying for SSDI. Again, this will have no direct affect on your benefits necessarily, but it is important to keep the information channels with the SSA open. You must contact the Social Security Administration as soon as possible, if there is any sort of change in your Military Occupational Specialty Code, Air Force Specialty Codes, or Navy Enlisted Classification. In the event that you have a permanent change of station, it is also necessary that you inform the Social Security Administration, as this could possibly indicate a change in your work status that may render you ineligible for future benefits.
In essence, any change in your work status when you are on active duty could potentially affect your benefits, and you will need to make the Social Security Administration aware of these changes as soon as possible.
Other than this, military benefits and disability work very well together. There is absolutely no reason why you shouldn't consider yourself eligible for both of these benefits programs, if you are disabled and happen to have served (or are currently serving) in the US military. The government itself considers you eligible, so be sure to apply if you are a disabled veteran or active member in the United States service. Living with a disability is hard, but with programs like SSDI, both soldiers and civilians alike can have a shot at a better future. Be sure to get in touch with the Social Security Administration for more information.