During the Vietnam War, an herbicide known as Agent Orange was used to eradicate the heavy jungle forest to make it easier for troops on the ground.
Many veterans from the Gulf War era, Operating Enduring Freedom (OEF) may have been exposed to open air pits that burned trash in and around Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Board of Veterans’ Appeals (BVA) provides Veterans with five options on what to do when you receive a Board denial.
In the event a veteran passes away, their surviving family members may be entitled to benefits from the VA.
VA defines military sexual trauma (MST) as: “…the term that the Department of Veterans Affairs uses to refer to sexual trauma (MST) while serving in the military.
It is important for Veterans to know that VA provides healthcare and disability compensation for Veterans with PTSD.
Once VA grants service connection for a disability, they then assign a rating based on the severity of the condition.
Glioblastoma Multiforme is a type of malignant brain tumor, often found in veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange.
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