Another recommended article from my daily reading concerning Veteran's Affairs.

The Alaska Dispatch published this article on September 3rd, 2015. What strikes me as important are two things: 1. The number of backlogged VA disability claims/requests for healthcare seems unchanged from a year ago. 2. Near the bottom of the article there is a statement which seems to confirm information I received from a "confidential informant" that omitting your financial data from the healthcare application paperwork will cause your application to be ignored. I'm having a little trouble with the claim of 300,000 deaths while waiting for care claim, but only because I don't know how far back the numbers are tabulated. After all, the United States Army is not too much larger than that number right now. However, if we are talking the last 25 years, maybe it is true. You can read the article at the following web address:

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