Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News


Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News

1. Updated list of Ships with exposure to Agent Orange – Blue Water Navy has updated its list of ships that shouldhave the presumption of herbicide exposure. This list and an explanation can be found at: Blue Water Nayv Ship List.

2. Korea Vets From 1968 To 1971 May Have Been Exposed To Agent Orange. MedPage Today Veterans who served in Korea from 1968 through 1971 in units along parts of the DMZ “were probably exposed to Agent Orange, which makes them eligible for treatment at VA medical centers.

3. VA makes progress in settling veterans’ claims
Lake Country Sun The VA claims process is still a daunting endeavor and should not be negotiated without professional and skillful help from state or local veterans service

4. Veterans Health Administration Seeks RTLS Experts. RFID Journal (blog) The US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) supports the needs of those who have served in the US military. The Veterans Health Administration (VHA),

5. Housing voucher program helps homeless veteran. Billings Gazette The US Air Force veteran was able to move into his apartment with help from a housing voucher. The US Department of Veteran Affairs estimates that 107000

6. Veterans site sets couples program. The US Department of Veterans Affairs, he said, provided Vet Centers throughout the country with marriage and family specialists to help veterans and

7. Help for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder long time in coming for Fruitport.
Last July, Beck sat down and wrote a letter to The US Department of Veterans Affairs asking for help. Once he was finally put in touch with the right person

8. Homeless stand up to be counted during state’s biennial survey. The federal Veterans Affairs Department participates in the annual count of the state’s homeless population, since many of the homeless are veterans.

9. Ackerman Wants Feds to Build VA Hospital in Queens. Patch The congressman is urging the United States Department of Veterans Affairsto create a new full-service hospital at the site of the St. Albans Primary

 10. Chaplains Try A New Path To Deal With PTSD. AP A Colorado theology school “is teaching Air Force chaplains to consider the religious beliefs of servicemen and women to better help them cope with post-traumatic stress” amid widespread doubts about Air Force Christian proselytizing


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