Veterans Benefits Information guide to VA benefits

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101 USAA Tips: Property blunders 63
102 Finally, a new VA medical center in Colorado 65
103 The Denver VA through time 63
104 Boys Nation Day 5: The election 58
105 MHS GENESIS: Continuing to make progress 68
106 A dangerous world 66
107 Paralympian champion to emcee Legion’s national convention 75
108 V.A. Shuns Medical Marijuana, Leaving Vets to Improvise 69
109 Trump’s Confusing Claim About the Veterans Choice Program 63
110 Boys Nation Day 4: Honoring heroes 63
111 30 marksmen head to Colorado for Legion's air rifle championship 71
112 Convention breakfast/installation form available 66
113 Add far-flung sites to Legion memorial database 60
114 USNS Mercy returns home following Pacific Partnership 2018 58
115 National commander congratulates Robert Wilkie on his VA appointment 63
116 Boys Nation Day 3: Be a dreamer, be a ‘thermostat’ 60
117 Helping the healers through the power of mobile technology 65
118 Maine Legion College trains, inspires next generation of leaders 66
119 Boys Nation Day 2: The session begins 73
120 What to do if your first civilian job doesn't work out 75
121 Boys Nation Day 1: The senators arrive 83
122 How to craft your personal definition statement 79
123 Is advice helping or hurting your transition? 82
124 Soldiers test Army's newest transport telemedicine technology 90
125 Nomadés charms help military families tell their story 73
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Did you know?

Military Funeral Honors ceremonies must be scheduled in advance.

The law requires that every eligible veteran receive a military funeral honors ceremony, which includes the folding and presentation of the United States flag and the playing of “taps,” upon the family’s request. This Department of Defense program calls for the funeral director to request military funeral honors on behalf of the veteran’s family.