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VA Bureaucrat Ralph Tillman Will Spend Eight Years in Federal Prison
VA bureaucrat Ralph Tillman, himself a Veteran, took more than a quarter-million-dollars in bribes and hush money as his partner-in-crime, Richard Scott, defrauded the VA out of more than $11 million while Los Angeles remained our nation’s capital for homeless Veterans. Tillman also lied to federal agents investigating this case. .
Veteran's Story | Brought back from death twice
“I’m 70 years old. I never thought I’d live this long.”
After being so severely wounded in Vietnam that a Navy corpsman didn’t think he’d survive and then suffering a heart attack at age 49, John Caugherty has firm grounds on which to make that statement.
The Complex VA Claims Process

Secondary Service Connection VA Disability

10 Tips to Help You Keep the Compensation and Pension Exam (C&P exam) in Perspective
WWII vet receives overdue military honors
 Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I.,  presented a 92-year-old World War II veteran with military honors he earned during the war but never receive
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The Ken Burns PBS “Documentary” of the Vietnam War

One veteran's advice: Take time to talk about depresssion
A youthful and recent high school graduate, Kevin Flynn, was injured while on patrol in Afghanistan on Veteran’s Day 2009. He was badly wounded by an IED, (improvised explosive device) and suffered serious arm and leg wounds.
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Navy veteran sues South Carolina hospital for cocaine misdiagnosis
A U.S. Navy veteran is suing a hospital that he says misdiagnosed him as being a cocaine addict instead of suffering from gallbladder and pancreas disease.