RAO BULLETIN 15 SEP 2018 Availability Notice (Veteran News)

RAO BULLETIN 15 September 2018   HTML/PDF Editions     THIS RETIREE ACTIVITIES OFFICE BULLETIN CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES   Pg                   Article                                                Subject .                                                   * DOD *                                                   . 04 == Space Force [02] —- (How Much will It Cost?) 06 == Arlington National Cemetery [77] Continue reading RAO BULLETIN 15 SEP 2018 Availability Notice (Veteran News)

Update on GI Bill Transfer Rules For Purple Heart Recipients

PRESS RELEASE_GI BILL PURPLE HEART REVISIONS DTM-18-006 Thank you to Colonel Adele Hodges, Ret. USMC, for sending this in. Subject: Update on GI Bill Transfer Rules For Purple Heart Recipients Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, Late yesterday the DoD announced Continue reading Update on GI Bill Transfer Rules For Purple Heart Recipients

No shutdown at VA: Congress passes department’s budget on time

A visitor leaves the Sacramento Veterans Affairs Medical Center in California in April 2015. On Thursday, lawmakers finalized a nearly $209 billion budget for VA in fiscal 2019. (Rich Pedroncelli/AP) WASHINGTON — House lawmakers finalized the fiscal 2019 Veterans Affairs and Continue reading No shutdown at VA: Congress passes department’s budget on time

VA Study Will Compare Effectiveness of Two Leading PTSD Treatments

Col. Michael J. Roy, who oversees the exposure therapy at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., conducts a demonstration with Sgt. Lenearo Ashford, of a combat simulator, a form of PTSD treatment.(U.S. Army photo) Military.com 10 Sep 2018 By Continue reading VA Study Will Compare Effectiveness of Two Leading PTSD Treatments

VA steps up fight against plan to extend benefits to ‘blue water’ Vietnam vets

Visitors are reflected at Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall in Washington on May 27, 2018. Department of Veterans Affairs officials are opposing a plan to extend presumptive benefits status to tens of thousands of Vietnam veterans who served in ships off Continue reading VA steps up fight against plan to extend benefits to ‘blue water’ Vietnam vets