If you are one of the many Veterans who have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), you are entitled to understand your Second Amendment rights. Every state has different gun laws and gun control rights, so itRead Full Article
Life on board a ship or submarine out at sea can be difficult. Veterans working on Navy ships are often working long hours in cramped spaces, especially those working in submarines. These ships have lowRead Full Article
While Sailors find themselves in many different roles all over the world, from the construction-related hazards experienced by Seabees to the cramped quarters endured by the Silent Service, there are common Navy disabilities and injuriesRead Full Article
Force Blue, a veteran owned and run organization, has taken on the daunting task of helping to preserve our planet while also doing their part to help Florida veterans re-assimilate back into citizenry. Valiant causesRead Full Article
By Rory Berry, Navy Veteran The key to a successful VA Disability Claim is providing sufficient proof that an injury occurred or was aggravated in service. Unfortunately, a member’s service record and medical records mayRead Full Article
The recent Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC) decision opened the door for more blue water Navy veterans to receive service-connections for disorders related to Agent Orange exposure. However, there have been some recentRead Full Article
Many veterans don’t realize that they don’t need to have served during a time of war or in a combat zone to be entitled to disability compensation from the VA. Any injuries that occur during active service areRead Full Article
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