Latest News for Vets

Missing records confound veterans on base exchange website
I received more than five dozen phone calls, and plenty of emails, from veterans and their families having a hard time signing up for the program.

Dentist pays $15,000 bill for military veteran's dental work
Most of us don’t look forward to going to the dentist, but this story could relieve some fears about your next visit. 
Biased reporters 'make our jobs harder here in Washington Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin blames sloppy reporting for sensationalizing the details of an official trip he took to Europe in July and for complicating the daily work of administration officials more broadly.

Print Edition-Nov/Dec

Escape and Evasion
FInvestigation finds corruption, intimidation at Temple VA campus
Veterans in the work program at the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Temple campus had complained about being assigned to the motor pool for years.

Henry Repeating Arms Zippo Lighters

The Ken Burns PBS “Documentary” of the Vietnam War

10 Tips to Help You Keep the Compensation and Pension Exam (C&P exam) in Perspective

Proposed Law Change for Agent Orange Exposure
 In a Working 4 You follow up, Republican Arkansas Senator John Boozman proposed a law change lst week to extend benefits to Vietnam Veterans who served in Thailand and may have been exposed to toxic chemicals like Agent Orange. ​
The Complex VA Claims Process

Secondary Service Connection VA Disability

Bring Back the American Dream

90 years after placement, Madison vets would advocate for Lee marker today
“Marshall was the scene of Patriotic Loyalty on Friday, Nov. 11, 1927,” trumpets a front page story in the Nov. 18, 1927 edition of what was then just The News-Record. “In addition to the celebrating of the Armistice, the unveiling of the beautiful bronze marker in memory of Robert E. Lee...took place.”

In Loving Memory- Bruce Salisbury

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Atlanta experts: Veterans may be unaware of some benefits
Some veterans, especially those over 65, may be eligible for benefits they currently don’t receive.
VA Scheduling Now Available Online
You can now manage your primary care and certain specialty care VA appointments online at participating VA facilities. You will need a Premium My HealtheVet Account to use online scheduling.​