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Army ordered to provide medical care to subjects of experiments at Edgewood, Fort Detrick
For years, U.S. defense agencies conducted chemical and biological testing on often-unwitting soldiers, many of whom complained of long-lasting health problems as a result of those experiments.

Valley Veteran Loses Thousands after Filing VA Claim
 "I went to a convention in McAllen and this other veteran kind of – we were talking and they told me that go see this consultant that he and other people got a 100 percent,” said Cantu. 

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Veterans Claiming Disability Pay Face Wall of Denials and Delays
Jonathan Bey hurt his back while repairing buoys at sea in the Coast Guard, and after he was discharged, he filed what he thought would be a routine request for veterans disability benefits. 

Escape and Evasion
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Former VA Employee Indicted on Charges of Fraud, Bribery and Theft
The Justice Department recently announced an indictment handed down by a federal grand jury charging a former Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) official with a scheme to steal benefit money for veterans.
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

The Complex VA Claims Process

Key VA Vocational Rehabilitation Definitions You Need To Know
Veterans should not ignore certain VA Vocational Rehabilitation key terms and their definitions when fighting for veterans from the agency..
Secondary Service Connection VA Disability

Bring Back the American Dream

In Loving Memory- Bruce Salisbury

How opioid crisis impacts Veterans and military families
Long after active duty ends, some of our service members and families face a growing drug crisis—opioid overdoses. According to a study by Veterans Affairs, veterans are twice as likely to die from overdoses as civilians.​

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'Widows' Tax' Denies Some Military Survivors Full Payments
When Debra Tainsh's veteran husband died of illness traced back to Agent Orange, she expected to be able to survive on his military benefits.​