• ‘Bringing Benefits Home’ campaign event held for tribal Veterans in Lawton, OK

    A “Bringing Benefits Home” event held in Lawton, OK, helped Tribal Veterans learn about disability claims and speak to a VA claims expert.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Army Veteran Shelby

    Shelby knew he was overweight, but didn’t realize he had diabetes before coming to VA. VA helped him completely change his lifestyle.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Air Force Veteran Larry

    VA was there for Larry when a heart condition threatened his life. His doctor read a scan and brought him in for a pacemaker same day.

  • Understanding VA’s current claims backlog environment, future growth

    VA defines backlog as the number of claims pending over 125 days. Two events have occurred that will, however, result in significant claims backlog increases in the near term.

  • Veterans get assistance at Virtual Veterans Experience Action Center in Phoenix

    Phoenix VA Regional Office held a Virtual Veterans Experience Action Center event, a unique opportunity for Veterans to get assistance with VA benefits they earned through their military service.

  • How VA is Structured (and Why It Matters to You)

    An examination of the three administrations in the Department of Veterans Affairs in the context of a Veteran's disability and Montgomery GI Bill claim.

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