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Veterans Disability Compensation Archives

Veterans Affairs Secretary Considering Additional Agent Orange Presumptive Conditions

It appears the Veteran's Administration is finally answering the call to add additional conditions to the list of presumptive diseases associated with Agent Orange and service in Vietnam.


GREENSBURG, March 23, 2017 - The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will now recognize the presumptive service connection for eight diseases associated with exposure to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune.

LEGISLATIVE ALERT: Congress Passes New VA Rules for Medical Treatment

A bill requiring the Veterans Administration to set up private medical appointments if the wait for VA treatment is too long passed overwhelmingly in the US Senate, where it will now head to President Obama's desk for signature.

QR Veterans Disability Croup Investigating Possible Exposure to PCB's at McClellan Air Force Base

The QR Veterans Disability Group was recently contacted to investigate claims for Veterans exposed to Polychlorinated Biphyenyls at McClellan Air Force Base.

My Military Service Records: How Can I Get a Copy?

Many veterans, as they left the service, never received a copy of their military service records, including treatment records. These documents are very important as they can reveal medical treatment for in-service conditions or disabilities. They often times serve as the smoking gun for winning a service-connected benefit.Most veterans can obtain free copies of their DD Form 214 (Report of Separation) and other military and medical records by requesting them online at the website of the U.S. National Archives. Go to www.archives.gov and click on "Veterans' Service Records", and follow the instructions. OR GO DIRECTLY TO the Military Service Records page of the National Archives at:http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/

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