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Monetary benefits available veterans and survivors

Many veterans and their spouses are faced with the challenge of meeting long-term care needs, either in a nursing home, assisted living facility or care at home.

Veteran Benefits You Need to Take Advantage Of

Veterans have a lot more options than just healthcare and the GI Bill.

Senate panel advances $3.4 billion plan to expand benefits for vets’...

For 20 years, Yvonne Riley has cared for her husband, Dave, a medically retired Coast Guard rescue swimmer who became a quadruple amputee after a bacterial infection turned into sepsis two decades ago.

Many free services, benefits available to Plumas County vets and families

Over in a quiet, roomy office upstairs at the Plumas County Veterans Service Office in the courthouse annex near Feather River College...

Labrador introduces bill to change veterans' education benefits

Rep. Raul Labrador, R- Idaho, is pushing legislation that would turn a deep, tragic loss into something positive for military families across the country.

Veterans call on Iowa lawmakers for benefits, bargaining rights

Military veterans conducted maneuvers at the Capitol Wednesday, calling for improved benefits for the 230,000 who call Iowa home and protection for the collective bargaining rights of more than one-fifth of Iowa of veterans who hold public sector jobs.

Working Hard to Improve Veteran’s Funeral and Burial Benefits

The 115th Congress has begun in earnest with a flurry of activity, and your NFDA Advocacy staff are on the Hill working for introduction of legislation of importance to funeral service.

Veterans find unexpected benefits

Many veterans are going years — even decades — with thousands of dollars in benefits waiting for them. All they have to do is walk into the Seneca County Veterans Service Commission.

How President Trump Can Fix Veterans’ Benefits Once And For All

Another Veterans Day brought another round of lamentations about the Department of Veterans Affairs and promises to fix it.

Educational benefits for veterans addressed at veterans advisory meeting

According to U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers (AL-03), the biggest hurdle for men and women after serving in the military is finding the education benefits that are available for veterans.

Jackson County helps veterans get benefits they earned

While serving on board an aircraft carrier during World War II, Ernie Gallo survived 17 battle engagements against Japanese forces and a typhoon with 140 mph winds and 70-foot waves.

Transgender S.A. veterans hope for more benefits

The Pentagon has lifted the ban on transgender Americans serving openly in the military and announced that it will pay for current members of the armed forces to undergo gender reassignment surgery.

Spectrum Health program connects veterans with benefits

Veterans are entitled to a lot of federal and state benefits, but figuring out how to get and use them can be hard. A new program at Spectrum Health is helping veterans pay their hospital bills and much more with benefits that already exist.

Report Finds Sharp Increase in Veterans Denied V.A. Benefits

Joshua Bunn was a rifleman in one of the bloodiest valleys in Afghanistan, where his infantry unit killed hundreds of enemy fighters and lost more comrades than any other battalion in the Marine Corps in 2009.

UVU students launch project to connect student veterans to benefits

They may no longer be in combat, but for many student veterans, the battle is far from over, whether it’s fighting to find benefits, or adjusting to their new normal of civilian life.

Albright College event helps veterans access benefits

Business and education leaders gathered at Albright College to make sure veterans get ahead in today's competitive job market.

Carlsbad veterans ask questions about benefits

A squat, off-white building away from the bustle of Canal Street, the Carlsbad Veterans of Foreign Wars post is almost indistinguishable from the surrounding trailers, recognized only by three flags and a tiny sign with “VFW” in thin letters.

Veterans Bills Push For More Benefits, Services

A new bill aims to help homeless veterans receive state aid, if they do not qualify for federal benefits.

VA audit: Overworked Seattle office didn’t read mail, told veterans they’d...

Dozens of West Coast military veterans incorrectly received letters indicating they’d lose unemployment benefits after an overworked Department of Veterans Affairs office in Seattle lost track of records the veterans had submitted, according to a VA Inspector General report released this week.

Pennsylvania expands education benefits for veterans

Military personnel can be assigned to serve around the globe, but when veterans come to Pennsylvania, out-of-state tuition and fees in higher education can be a financial burden.