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Hefty Pay Gains Urged for Disabled Vets

Discussion in 'Veteran's Forum' started by Blitzer, Oct 5, 2007.

  1. Hefty Pay Gains Urged for Disabled Vets
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  2. deadday

    deadday

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    I won't hold my breath. Some pretty good things mentioned in the report, however, as was said, this system has not changed in half a century...




    drew
     


  3. JimmyMN

    JimmyMN Veteran Member

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    Doubt if it would ever pass in its present form. If it did, some of the increases would be offset by the more aggressive management (ie re-evaluation) of PTSD and other ailments.

    Since I'm 100% Service-Connected, Permanent & Total, I'd welcome an increase, but sure won't hold my breath waiting.

    I see the big budget need as more VA staff for claims processing and increase in the capacity of the VA Medical Centers...based on waiting times, both of these systems are overstressed.
     
  4. deadday

    deadday

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    Currently looking at 70% but still fighting and screaming to stay in...



    drew