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Monthly Archives: May 2021

The Real Significance of Memorial Day

As a teenager, I remember my Dad – a combat veteran of fierce fighting in North Africa, Sicily, Anzio, Salerno, and Monte Cassino- pouring three glasses of single malt with his friend “Snake” on Memorial Day in a toast to their fallen friends. One for each of them, one for those who never came back.  […]

Hope for all Veterans Exposed to Toxins

Senator Jon Tester unveiled his groundbreaking COST of War Act yesterday- a bill that recognizes the federal government’s responsibility to provide health care and disability compensation to veterans fighting the effects of toxic exposure connected to their military service. This legislation would allow all veterans who were at risk of toxic exposure to obtain immediate […]

If You Served on Guam (1958-1980)

If you served on Guam from 1958-1980, the NVLSP and the Yale Law School Veterans Legal Services Clinic have updated their groundbreaking White Paper showing that it is “as likely as not” that veterans who served in Guam from 1958 to 1980 were exposed to Agent Orange and other dioxin-containing herbicides.   This White Paper provides […]

VA Readjudicating Blue Water Navy Denials

TODAY, the VA announced that it would begin automatically adjudicating previously- denied Blue Water Navy Herbicide Exposure claims under the court order issued on November 5, 2020, by the U.S. District Court for Northern California in Nehmer v. Department of Veterans Affairs.  This review will occur automatically and does not require veterans or eligible survivors […]


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