I am passing this along because it is probably the best search list ever compiled about the Vietnam War. This
simply has to be shared with anyone who ever served in Vietnam or knew someone who served in Vietnam. It would
take months to look at everything this site offers.
Somebody went to a lot of effort on this site... It's one of the most complete that I've seen to date... Feel free
to pass it along to anyone you think might be interested.
If any of these Links (or any other Link on this web site are dead or down links, please report it to the site
Military Support Group
An Encouragement, Support and Evangelical Ministry
A Veterans Day Tribute Par NONE!
Visit our Documents Center for Veteran Retired Activities Updates (RAO) and other Important Veterans Information
which include VA Agent Orange Exposure News, etc...
The Document Center
Issues - A great site to help you deal with your Veteran Issues
You can get your handbooks for free... I got this off the VA web site so I am sure it is good.
God bless! - Dave
Military Handbooks - Free -
New from the VA - Grave Marker Medallions
as of 8 August 2010
Veterans who chose not to be buried in a national or state VA cemetery, but still want a government-furnished
grave marker have a new option in the form of a new VA benefit. The bronze medallions-depicting a three-dimensional
folded flag surrounded by laurel wreath with the word "Veteran" on top and the service branch spelled
out below-are available in three diameter dimensions: five inches, three inches and 11/2 inches. VA says the different
dimensions are designed to fit on various-size headstones, grave markers and columbarium or mausoleum niche covers.
Veterans or family members interested in applying for the medallion can access (www.cem.va.gov/hm_hm.asp.) Until a new form for specially for ordering is available use VA
Form 40-1330. VA created medallion in accordance to Public Law 110-157, enacted on Dec. 26 2007, which directed
VA to furnish upon request to signify the deceased's status as a veteran, to be attached to a headstone or marker
furnished at private expense.
Help Links (pdf)
& Veterans Associations (pdf)
Guide to Benefits (pdf)
Veterans Health Issues
Agent Orange-Heart Disease Link Looms
Navybosn's Veterans Issues:
Mesothelioma, Alcoholism, Asbestos and Suicide Awareness
Please visit these respective Sites for all your Informational
needs covering these Important Issues which are paramount to Veterans Health and their Quality of Life...
Note: Any link provided here are provided for your convenience,
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The Mesothelioma Cancer Center has the most comprehensive information on asbestos exposure & mesothelioma and is THE web authority on asbestos cancer and epithelial mesothelioma.
Countless veterans from all branches of service may have been exposed to asbestos during their time
in the military, and thousands are now suffering from a fatal form of cancer known as mesothelioma. For more information about mesothelioma and other veteran-focused health issues, please visit Mesothelioma.comís
Veteran Information section, which includes a listing of veteran healing resources and a veteran-specific blog.
Mesothelioma Web is medically focused, not asbestos or Legally focused. We are about cancer: its symptoms, diagnosis,
and treatment. We have the best treatment section of any mesothelioma website.
This Link takes you to the Mesothelioma Prognosis Page of our Website.
Please visit and use our Site Links
The military has used asbestos in various aspects of work
and construction and ultimately affected close to one million individuals of the 25 million veterans in the U.S.
Informing, Assisting, & Guiding All Who Have Been Affected
by Asbestos and Mesothelioma.
Members of the U.S. Armed Services are unfortunately the most
common victims of Mesothelioma due to their increased risk of exposure to asbestos. Our site, is an extensive source
of information that covers the details of symptoms and various ranges of prognosis and treatments that are available.
If you are in Crisis - Please call 1-800-273-8255
If you are dealing with alcoholism use issues,
for Information on how to overcome addictions
If you are dealing with PTSD, Drug and other Substance Abuse issues, Please
here for Information on how to overcome these
The Veterans Administration has been there for Vets
since WWI - but has an even greater History - Go Here
If you are a Card Carrying member of the VA and
need Help - Visit your local VA Clinic
or log on to
My Health E Vet
We encourage all Veterans and Military Servicemembers to connect with the Veterans
If you are thinking of Hurting Yourself,
Please contact the Veteran's Crisis Line at
1-800-273-8255 and Press 1...
Crisis Line by calling 1-800-273-8255 and press