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Why the VA Frustrates Veterans

60 Minutes, CBS January 30, 2010 There is a sacred tradition in the military: leave no one behind on the battlefield. But many veterans are beginning to believe their country has left them behind at home, once they’re out of uniform and in need of help. That help is...

A New Year for Aid and Attendance benefits

2015 Aid and Attendance amounts Veteran $1,788 Surviving Spouse $1,149 Veteran and Spouse $2,120 Veterans Spouse $1,403 Married, both Veterans $2,764

A tribute to my father-in-law, Carl “Dennis” Rohlfing, WWII POW

My squadron received orders to ship out to destination “PLUM”. We left Salt Lake City on October 21, 1941. We arrived in Manila noon November 20 on Thanksgiving Day. We were served sauerkraut and wieners for Thanksgiving dinner. We left Manila November 29th for the...

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Why Doesn’t the VA tell Veterans about Their Benefits?

Millions of veterans lose out on billions in benefits because the VA doesn’t tell them they qualify. Why? – Money! – And, because the VA is not required to tell anyone about any benefits. Now, we go back to the first headline. Why are there millions of veterans and...

Parenting the Parent

My dad is a Veteran of the Korean Conflict. He served on the USS McKean. He turned 84 this year. He is still able to drive and do things around the house. My mom currently had a knee replacement and spent a couple of weeks in rehab. She recently fell and broke her...

VA Aid and Attendance Pension

The Aid and Attendance pension was set up for war time Veterans, their spouses and surviving spouses who are 65 and older and at the point in their lives when they are in need of care. I have seen these great people go from a limited income to an income worthy of...

Taking the keys: When seniors need to stop driving

Taking the keys: When seniors need to stop driving Published on April 23, 2012 by By Lois M. Collins, Deseret News As they got old, Bill and Betty Lamb learned to make compromises so they could, for a time, continue on as if advancing age had no effect. He still drove...

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