Arlington National Cemetery (ANC) is at another crossroads in its history and needs your help.
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Beginning November 5, 2016, managers have a new tool at their disposal to better accommodate our nation’s wounded veterans.
When America’s brave warriors step into a combat zone, such as Afghanistan or Iraq, their taxes are forgiven on their military pay.
Today, President Obama laid out his final budget proposal – a $4.15 trillion package.
A retired Air Force Veteran’s divorce decree awarded his ex-wife 50 percent of the veteran’s future Air Force retirement pay, but thirteen years after the divorce, the veteran was found partially disabled due to an earlier service-related injury, and elected to give up an equal amount ($250 monthly) of retirement pay in order to receive disability pay – thereby reducing the value of his ex-wife’s 50 percent share by 50 percent of $250.
In a speech given yesterday in Virginia Beach, VA, the Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump outlined his plan to reform the Department of Veterans Affairs, noting it would be one of his “many and highest priorities.”
Following a recent high-profile, highly-charged scandal in which he is accused of improperly using taxpayer funds for non-official travel, Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin had surprisingly terse words for his critics this week.