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Department updates Legion on numbers of returning veterans receiving health care.
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Department of Veterans Affairs amending its regulations and policies concerning service guide dogs for veterans.
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VA representatives will be on hand during national convention in Minneapolis to talk with veterans about the mental health treatment they've received.
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Walter Reed mental health expert briefs Legion's PTS-TBI Ad-Hoc Committee on where PTS efforts are falling short and what can be done to fix them.
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How a paperwork error excluded hundreds of Vietnam Navy veterans from receiving Agent Orange benefits.
New section will focus on key issues in veterans health care, as well as updates on the Legion's System Worth Saving program.
War Related Injury and Illness Study Centers established to conduct research on veterans from any era or conflict.
Department of Veterans Affairs working on online applications; more than 1,100 applications already received since launch of benefits in May.
46 VA medical centers visited during 2011; information will be compiled and distributed to president, Congress, VA officials and Legionnaires.
Through The American Legion, veterans who have used the Veterans Crisis suicide-prevention line can help fellow veterans facing same issues.