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Veteran diabetes

It is estimated that one in four Veterans have diabetes, according to the department of Veteran Affairs. Many Veterans are not aware that they have

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Veteran Child Support

Child support is something that many parents have to navigate the tricky waters of these days. In addition, as a Veteran it can be difficult

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VA Mission Act

Earlier this month, President Trump announced another change for the Department of Veteran Affairs called the VA Mission Act. This bill is another portion of

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Importance of a DBQ

DBQ or Disability Benefits Questionnaires are used to evaluate a service-connected disability for Veterans. While it does not take the place of a C&P exam,

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What is RAMP?

Have you heard about the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program? This new appeals process could help speed up the time it takes for your claim to be re-examined. Under one of the two paths, you can choose which one is best for your compensation increase.

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New Digital Appeals Tool

Learn more about the VA’s update to the Appeals Status Tool. This tool will help Veterans know precisely where they are in the claims process and is part of the initiative to create more transparency through the VA.

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Qarmat Ali Treatment

In 2003, from April to September, some Army National Guard, Reserve, and active duty soldiers were stationed at a water treatment facility in Basrah, Iraq.

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Top GI Bill facts

A GI Bill is assistance from the government available for retired active duty military to return to school. You could be eligible for 36 months of education. Find out what you need to know to qualify and apply for this benefit.

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