Veterans Benefits Information guide to VA benefits

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76 Leaders come together to rehearse military healthcare transition 52
77 The things lice carry: stigma and hassle, but no harm 67
78 New V.A. Secretary Faces a Department in Turmoil 56
79 Online Legacy Run registration ends Aug. 11 78
80 2013 Legion air rifle champion sets sight on 2020 Olympics 56
81 Stay covered after age 21 with TRICARE Young Adult 51
82 Army invention traps things that go buzz in the day 53
83 Georgia, Illinois marksmen win first Legion national titles 68
84 War Stories We’ve Been Missing for 50 Years 63
85 Boys Nation 2018 comes to a close 63
86 Returning champions, new competitors advance to Legion’s air rifle finals 73
87 Moral Lessons From the Crucible of the Sea 59
88 Boys Nation Day 7: Capitol Hill 57
89 Airman's lifesaving act leads to physician assistant career 65
90 VA recruitment, retention among top issues in Legion report 59
91 On track for 100 years 61
92 Elevating veterans issues to a state level ... and possibly beyond 62
93 10 Legionnaires featured in pin-up calendar 54
94 A route change that just made sense 53
95 History on parade 50
96 A community steps up for its Legion post 170
97 Boys Nation Day 6: History lessons 58
98 The Hoosier war correspondent, remembered 54
99 Cyber fitness is everyones responsibility today 85
100 D2D lays down road ahead for MHS GENESIS rollout 58
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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.