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She Needed Someone to Listen. VA Did.

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Someone to Listen

 

Melissa, 45, said she was not in a good place, emotionally speaking, when she retired from the Army in 2013.   After all, she had experienced her share of trauma during her 20 years of service, which included deployments to Bosnia, Iraq, Afghanistan and other hot spots.

VA's quiet plan to widen private care with TRICARE stirs ire

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Dr Shulkin 10

 

As part of its effort to expand private health care, the Department of Veterans Affairs is exploring the possibility of merging its health system with the Pentagon's, a cost-saving measure that Veterans groups say could threaten the viability of VA hospitals and clinics.

Working 4 You: Proposed Law Change for Agent Orange Exposure

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AO Law Change

 

LITTLE ROCK, Ark - In a Working 4 You follow up, Republican Arkansas Senator John Boozman proposed a law change lst week to extend benefits to Vietnam Veterans who served in Thailand and may have been exposed to toxic chemicals like Agent Orange.

We have a duty to take care of our veterans, but we're letting them die

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Letting Them Die

 

Veterans Day 2017 has passed with all of its hoopla and hype. There were ceremonies throughout the nation as politicians joined with civic leaders to pay homage to those who have served. Sports teams such as the New Orleans Saints took time for some flashy “salutes” even as their players took a knee during or immediately before the national anthem. Now, veterans are forgotten for the next 364 days until it is time for another public relations blitz.

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