Amvets Post 58

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Amvets Post 58
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210 N Market St
Waverly, OH 45690
(740) 947-8387
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RT @SecShulkin: Via @starsandstripes: VA Secretary outlines top 10 priorities for the Department of Veterans Affairs bit.ly/2lhbMob

'In recent years, Stanford has expanded academic, social and cultural programs for U.S. military veterans and active-duty service members. The university recently established a new policy that financially benefits veterans who receive educational benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.'
Stanford has expanded academic, social and cultural programs for U.S. military veterans and active-duty service members, says Dustin Noll, specialist in the Office for Military-Affiliated Communities, and recently established a new policy that financially benefits veterans who receive VA educational...


RT @AMVETSNational: AMVETS Silver Helmet Awards: March 10th, 2017 amvets.org/events-informa…


RT @SecShulkin: On Friday, I answered Qs from Veterans during a YouTube Live event. If you missed it, watch it online here: https://t.co/sD…


RT @starsandstripes: BREAKING | White House: Budget will hike defense spending by $54B stripes.com/news/us/white-…


2 months into the New Year and our Career Center has helped place 103 Vets in well-suited careers! #hireveterans twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

'The Department of Veterans Affairs expects a surge of compensation claims totaling more than $2.2 billion from veterans exposed to toxic water at Camp Lejeune, N.C., but nothing compared to the "tidal wave" of cases that came out of the Agent Orange class-action suit.'
The compensation process was cleared when the White House exempted it from a presidential order blocking new federal regulations.

'She worked and lived next to burn pits that billowed toxic smoke night and day at an air base in northern Iraq. After returning to Minnesota, she began experiencing health problems usually not seen in a woman in her 30s.' Wondering what the VA's plan of action will be on this, it is an issue that will be addressed by veterans quick and require a solution even quicker. #vets1st
National Guard veteran Amie Muller believed deployments to Iraq caused the cancer that killed her.

“Each time is like the first time,” said Perry Cormen, 91-year-old WWII vet. "The rush never goes away."
The decorated veterans, who were nearly as spry as the athletic Golden Knights, were in Homestead to make a pitch: The U.S. Army wants you. They’d like to see more young people enlist.

“I’m just trying to get the word out there that I need a kidney,” Army veteran, Edmund Baines, told the news outlet. “I’ve been on dialysis for two years and I need a kidney and the hospital that I was attending told me to just put it on the side of car, to just advertise it.”
North Carolina veteran places ad for kidney donor on car