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    11/16/2008 - WASHINGTON — Secretary of Veterans Affairs Dr. James B. Peake vowed swift action after a handful of documents related to veterans’ applications for financial benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) were found among documents identified for shredding. The documents, which were not duplicated in government files, could have affected veterans’ eligibility for benefits. “I insist on the highest possible standards for processing and safeguarding information in ...

    2/25/2010 - STATEMENT OF JUSTIN BROWN, LEGISLATIVE ASSOCIATE NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE SERVICE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON VETERANS’ AFFAIRS SUBCOMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES WITH RESPECT TO H.R. 3257, H.R. 3484, H.R. 3813, H.R. 3948, H.R. 3976, H.R. 4079, H.R. 4203, H.R. 4359, and H.R. 4469. WASHINGTON, DC MADAME CHAIRWOMAN AND MEMBERS OF THIS SUBCOMMITTEE: On behalf of the 2.1 million ...

    8/6/2014 - STATEMENT OF KATHIE SCHIEBEL STATE COMMANDER OF NEW MEXICO VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON VETERANS’ AFFAIRS UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES WITH RESPECT TO CHALLENGES IN RURAL AMERICA: VA ACCESS AND MENTAL HEALTH CARE ROSWELL, NM MR. CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE: On behalf of the men and women of the Veterans o...

    2/2/2016 - STATEMENT OF CARLOS FUENTES, SENIOR LEGISLATIVE ASSOCIATE NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE SERVICE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE RECORD UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEE ON VETERANS’ AFFAIRS SUBCOMMITTEE ON HEALTH WITH RESPECT TO Choice Consolidation: Evaluating Eligibility Requirements for Care in the Community WASHINGTON, D.C. Mr. Chairman and members of the Subcommittee: On behalf of the men and women of the Ve...

    10/8/2013 - STATEMENT OF GERALD T. MANAR, DEPUTY DIRECTOR NATIONAL VETERANS SERVICE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE RECORD COMMITTEE ON VETERANS’ AFFAIRS UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES WITH RESPECT TO EFFECT OF GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN ON VA BENEFITS AND SERVICES TO VETERANS WASHINGTON, D.C. MR. CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE: On behalf of the men and women of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States ...

    6/9/2009 - STATEMENT OF DENNIS M. CULLINAN, DIRECTOR NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE SERVICE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON VETERANS’ AFFAIRS SUBCOMMITTEE ON HEALTH UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES WITH RESPECT TO ASSESSING CARES AND THE FUTURE OF VA’s HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE WASHINGTON, D.C. MR. CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS OF THE SUBCOMMITTEE: On behalf of the 2.4 mil...

    1/31/2017 - January 31, 2017 The Honorable Donald J. Trump President of the United States The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20500 Dear President Trump: As leaders of The Independent Budget (IB) veterans service organizations (Disabled American Veterans, Paralyzed Veterans of America and Veterans of Foreign Wars), and on behalf of our combined 2.6 million members, we write to respectfully request your support to contemplate the broader effect of the exec...

    3/1/2011 - U.S. troops stationed overseas were able to give their sweethearts back home a special gift this Valentine’s Day—a phone call, free-of-charge. The VFW Department of Minnesota and KSTP-TV 5 Eyewitness News sponsored this VFW Operation UplinkTM “Free Call Day.” Troops and hospitalized veterans in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait could call the U.S for free for a full 24 hours on Valentine's Day. Unlike with pre-paid phone cards, troops are free to talk as long as they’re able...

    5/23/2018 - WASHINGTON – The Senate passed the VA MISSION Act of 2018 on Wednesday with a vote of 92-5. The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. thanks the senators who put veterans and their caregivers first and voted in favor of the bill. It will now head to the desk of President Donald Trump, who has indicated he will sign it. The VA MISSION Act is a bipartisan bill that improves VA’s ability to hire high-quality health care professionals, consolidate and improve VA community car...

    2/26/2008 - WASHINGTON — Military veterans who have served in combat since Nov. 11, 1998, including veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan, are now eligible for five years of free medical care for most conditions from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). This measure increases a two-year limit that has been in effect nearly a decade. “By their service and their sacrifice, America’s newest combat veterans have earned this special eligibility period for VA’s world-class health care,” s...

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