· Ending years of wait, the government agreed Thursday to provide millions of dollars in disability benefits to as many as 2,100 Air Force reservists and active-duty forces exposed to Agent Orange.
Bill that would provide benefits to Navy vets exposed to Agent Orange still alive in Senate. To continue to shield disabled veterans from any new fees, Isakson had drafted an amendment to HR.
Veterans invited to health expo on May 18 VA to celebrate Women’s Health Week with events at medical centers Through a new initiative the department unveiled earlier this week at HIMSS18, the VA has already come up APIs for a handful of categories, including allergies, scheduling and patient medications. To.Tickets are $18. Veterans from all branches of service are invited to attend "Coffee Talk" at 9 a.m. every Wednesday at grace baptist church, 3601 Ehlmann Road, in St. Charles (take I-70 to the.
Agent Orange is a type of herbicide. It was used throughout Vietnam during the Vietnam War between 1962 and 1971. The herbicide was used to kill vegetation that the enemy forces used for cover. After many military service people returned from war, they began to experience an array of health problems.
Charged by win in Agent Orange case, veterans groups vow to. – 1 of 4 Mike Yates, shown in December 2018, is one of the "Blue Water" Navy veterans who served on ships off the coast of Vietnam during the war there. The veterans won their benefits case against.
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The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has once again turned down an effort by Navy veterans to get compensation for possible exposure to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War. In a document released Friday, the VA said it would continue to limit benefits related to Agent Orange exposure to only those veterans who set foot in Vietnam, where the.
Push is renewed to extend Agent Orange health care to Blueis closer to passing legislation which would give tens of thousands of Vietnam Veterans medical benefits – decades after they were exposed to the.
Navy veterans with Agent Orange stories push VA for benefits. – Tens of thousands of veterans’ benefits are on the line as legislators and lawyers weigh whether they should compensate certain Navy veterans for possible exposure to Agent Orange.
Navy vets exposed to Agent Orange get new hope for benefits. By Peter Urban, CTNewsJunkie.com. Published 10:51 am EDT, Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Once Again, the VA Turns Down Navy Vets for Agent Orange Benefits A federal court had ordered the VA to reassess its policy denying agent orange benefits to Navy sailors who served in the Vietnam War.
Communication Service for the Deaf Supports Legislation to Allow Deaf Americans to Enlist and Serve in the U.S. Military Communication Service for the Deaf (CSD), the world’s largest deaf-led social impact organization, announced its support of legislation that, if passed, would expand opportunities for deaf and hard of.(PRWeb May 15, 2019)Read the full story at Source link
Veterans who served on the ground in Vietnam or patrolled its inland waters, even for a day, have been eligible for VA compensation and care if diagnosed with one of 14 ailments associated with.