This Vietnam veteran’s untold war stories may be keeping him from getting VA benefits


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Army widow battles Department of Veterans Affairs over pair of costly mistakes
The first time Amy Siegel visited the Department of Veterans Affairs to apply for survivor benefits, her husband had been dead for less than five weeks and she was four months pregnant.

Q: I am a veteran living in an assisted living facility and I recently read an article, in a respectable magazine, whereby I might be eligible for a VA benefit called a VA Pension and an additional benefit called Aid and Attendance. This sounds too good to be true, but the high cost of living in a private assisted living facility is quickly draining my assets.

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Vietnam vet receives medals 50 years after service
U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows was in Waynesville on Wednesday to give a Canton couple recognition for service to the country and to give thanks on behalf of a grateful nation.

Filipino veterans of WWII finally getting their due
In July 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt called all organized military forces of the Philippines into the service of the United States. Their bravery, heroism and dedication played an integral part in leading the Allied powers to victory.

Vet recalls the good, the unusual and the horrible
Salcone, 93, who worked four decades as a manager for Kroger Co., was drafted into the U.S. Navy in 1943 when he was 20. He fought in battles on the Pacific Ocean on the USS St. Louis, on which he served as a fire controlman, from 1944-46.
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