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Older American Veterans Benefits Bill

The Veterans First package that the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee unveiled recently is a multi billion-dollar American Veterans Aid initiative to phase in robust caregiver benefits for older generations of severely injured veterans.  These benefits were first enacted in 2010 and were only for the post-9/11 generation. The pool of pre-9/11-era caregivers likely to be eligible for benefits, if the program is expanded, could be as high as 80,000 the VA reported ...
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First Military Miss USA Speaks Out for American Veterans

    Deshauna Barber, the first Miss USA who is in the Military, is speaking out on behalf of veterans. Barber grew up in a Military family and is currently serving as an Army reservist. Her passion is helping veterans, and finding ways to stop the veteran suicide rate. She plans to use the pageant's spotlight and her...
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The VA is Not Disneyland

Disneyland's tag line is The Happiest Place on Earth.  That's certainly not the way American veterans describe the VA.  And they are irate about The VA Secretary's comments that because people who go to Disneyland don't mind the wait because the experience is worth it,  vets should feel the same way about their healthcare. Disneyl...
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Veterans Aid & Attendance Eligibility

Many American veterans over the age of 65 who served in time of war are not aware of the Aid & Attendance benefit that they may qualify for. There are quite a few points of eligibility for this benefit, but we've helped thousands of families who either did not know it existed, ot had not been successful in applying for the aid.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Must have served at least 90 days of active duty with at least one day...
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