Battle for Veterans' Benefits: Taking on the VA

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Xlibris Corporation, Nov 3, 2010 - Reference
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Leaving those we love to serve in our armed forces is hell. Attempting to receive compensation for inquiries incurred during military service need not be another hell to endure.Getting ready to separate or retire from active military service? Are you a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces? If so, this book is for you. Battle of the Benefits is for any veteran, from any era, who wishes to file a claim for benefits through the Veterans Administration (VA). While this book does not guarantee a monetary payment, it does provide answers on how to submit a successful claim. Written by and for veterans, this book offers real advice from others like you who have been down this road themselves.If you or someone you know are a veteran of any of the U.S. Armed Forces during World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Grenada, Bosnia, Gulf War, or Operation Iraqi Freedom or Operation Enduring Freedom, Battle for Benefits will become one of the most important books you have ever read. You deserve more than just thanks for your service. You deserve peace of mind.To all our fellow service men and women . . .Thank you.
 

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This Is one AWESOME read if your a VET! It has HELPED me & I'm more than sure it'll do the same for you...

Contents

Acknowledgments
9
Preface
11
Why Is This Book Better than All the Others?
15
Part One
19
Part Two
51
Part Three
73
Part Four
77
Part Five
95
Important WARMS References
131
Veterans Affairs Regional Offices Worldwide
139
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K. David Monahan was born in Miami, Florida and moved to Fairbanks, Alaska for ten months and then moved to Los Angeles, California at the age of nine. He lived there until graduating from University High School and joining the United States Air Force. He totaled over 4000 flying hours on AWACS and Special Operations Aircraft.

Alex Connolly is a proud United States Air Force veteran, husband, father and son. Born and raised in the Midwest, he is the oldest of nine children. He has traveled extensively from one end of this country to the next with his family at his side. Currently residing with his wife in Denver, CO, his hobbies include reading, writing, photography, and expanding his skills and knowledge in these areas.Both met when they worked at the VA as Veterans Service Representatives. During training, they immediately realized that the VA does not publish vital information for veterans which causes most claims to be delayed. Monahan approached Connolly one day and suggested authoring a "how to" book for all veterans to particularly include all information regarding the vital veteran evidence needed for a completed claim. That is when Battle for Veterans' Benefits was born.

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