WASHINGTON — After years of waiting, veterans who were exposed to contaminated drinking water while assigned to Camp Lejeune in North Carolina may now be able to receive a portion of government disability benefits totaling more than $2 billion. Beginning Continue reading VVA: U.S. to pay billions to Marines affected by contaminated drinking water
December 12, 2018 Inside this issueTREA “The Enlisted Association” Washington Update• Missed Enrolling in the Retiree Dental Insurance Program? Maybe It’s NOT too Late• 2018 Tax Statement Release Schedule• Government Shutdown Next Week? TREA “The Enlisted Association” Washington Update Missed Enrolling in the Retiree Continue reading TREA Weekly Update Newsletter (12/12/2018)
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The battleship USS Arizona (BB 39) memorial, as seen from the air in July, 2018. ARTHURGWAIN L. MARQUEZ/U.S. NAVY HONOLULU (Tribune News Service) — It’s extra noteworthy that Everett Hyland, who was aboard the USS Pennsylvania during Japan’s Dec. 7, Continue reading With five USS Arizona crewmembers remaining, it’s ‘twilight’ for Pearl Harbor survivors