Burn Pit Registry for Returning Veterans





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Obtain copy of DD-214

If you need a copy of your DD-214 please go to:
This location is part of the National Archives and the repository for all records.

Identity Theft

Older Vets and retirees are becoming increasingly popular targets for identity thieves. The headaches, stress, and monetary losses that come with being a victim can be life altering for families. One way identity theft can be prevented is by enrolling in an identity theft protection service that will prevent identity theft from ever occurring. Not only do identity theft services notify you of suspicious activity, they also go as far as to monitor every bit of sensitive information including bank info, credit card info, social security numbers, and even addresses and names. Because of this and because the options for choosing an identity theft protection service can get complicated, my team and I have worked hard to develop a completely free resource that will help guide vets, retirees, and their families in choosing an identity theft protection service that best suits their needs. Our guide is filled with in-depth reviews, detailed comparisons, and expert rating. You can see our guide here:


Veterans VA Health Benefits     


The VA Health Eligibility Center has produced a new publication for enrolled Veterans that provides detailed information about VA health care services. The publication, Veterans Health Benefits Guide, includes information about VA health care eligibility, VA health benefits, getting started and accessing VA health care services, coordination of care, pharmacy services, patient rights and responsibilities, VA copayments and insurance guidelines, and care outside the VA system. To review the information in the new Veterans Health Benefits Guide, please click on the following link: 

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