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Airmen who were exposed to agent orange while serving on contaminated C-123 aircraft and have a related disability may be eligible for benefits.
If you are interested in a career in farming or ranching, check out what the Department of Agriculture has to offer.
There are numerous VA benefits you may be eligible for based on your Title 32 National Guard service.
As you transition into civilian life, get prepared by completing the Transition GPS course designed for you by the Departments of Defense, Labor and VA.
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Do you have disabilities resulting from a disease or injury related to your military service? You may be eligible for monthly benefits, no matter when or where you served. Learn More
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We can help you cover the cost of advancing your education and skills. Some programs may pay for tuition, housing, training, and other costs. Learn More
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We have over 1,700 sites of care and serve 8.76 million Veterans each year. Learn more about our benefit offerings by exploring the following links. Learn More
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We help Service members, Veterans, and eligible surviving spouses become homeowners. You can also apply for specially adapted housing based on special circumstances. Learn More
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We offer many insurance options for Service members and Veterans. We invite you to explore the various options for securing your and your family's future. Learn More
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If you are a low-income, wartime period Veteran who meets certain age or disability requirements - or if you are a surviving family member of a Veteran who meets the criteria – you may be eligible to receive tax-free, supplemental income. Learn More
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