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Will the VA Reach Its 2015 Goal?
Will the VA Reach Its 2015 Goal?

In 2013, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) reported that it had a staggering 600,000 veteran benefits claims backlogged, waiting to be seen and reviewed. The shocking number, attributed to a surge in new claims from Vietnam veterans' Agent Orange claims, grabbed ...

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Blog posts in Veterans in the News

  • Veterans Choice Act - Is it Making any Difference

    The Veterans Choice Act was authorized by Congress to address the health care access issues faced by Veterans. The Act authorized a fund to operate ...

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  • Veterans' Administration Problems Continue

    VA Secretary Bob McDonald is under fire as the scandals continue. CBS reports that widows of veterans have not been assisted with burial expenses, nor ...

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  • Good News for Camp LeJeune Veterans

    The Department of Veterans Affairs announced on Tuesday, September 23 that it will soon cover out of pocket health care costs for Marine dependents ...

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  • Good News for Veterans and Survivors

    On Tuesday, September 16, the House of Representatives passed legislation that will increase Veterans disability compensation with a cost of living ...

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  • Veterans and Mustangs

    Saturday, September 20th, Catherine Coats and Robert Todd attended the Mustang Extreme Makeover Finals in Fort Worth, Texas. The purpose of the ...

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  • New rules for Veterans with PTSD

    If you are a Vietnam-era Veteran, you may be eligible for an upgrade in VA disability benefits that you were previously denied. The Defense Department ...

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  • Veterans and TBI

    A 2014 study published by the journal Neurology found Veterans aged 55 and older with a diagnosis of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) had a 60 percent ...

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  • Airborne Hazards and Open Pit Registry

    The Veterans Administration offers an Airborne and Open Pit Registry to all Veterans who served in Iraq, Afghanistan, Djibouti, or the Gulf War. ...

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  • Even After Vietnam, Agent Orange Still a Health Issue for Veterans

    Military veterans who say they were sickened by lingering amounts of the herbicide Agent Orange after the Vietnam War now have some strong scientific ...

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