In 2017, Puerto Rico had the highest rate of civilian veterans with a disability (32.5%), followed by Arkansas (26.6%), and West Virginia (26.0%). Delaware had the lowest rate of civilian veterans with a disability (11.2%), followed by Maryland (13.2%), and Virginia (13.5%). In 2017, there were 8,986,979 civilian veterans ages 18 to 64 years living in the community; 1,662,814 of which were individuals with disabilities (18.5%). In this study, a "civilian veteran" is a U.S. veteran who previously served in the armed forces but is no longer in . . .