|1. The Veterans
Alliance VA Survival Guide.
advice on how to deal with the government's
largest bureaucracy. If you thought the service
was tough you ain't seen nothing yet!
|2. The Veterans
Advocate and Service Officer List.
you go the IRS without an accountant, to trial
without a lawyer? No! Use your veterans service
organizations advocates and/or county and state
veterans service officers who work for you for
free. They are there for every vet and family
member regardless if you belong to them or not.
They also work for you not the VA. Their
reputations are made on what they get
accomplished not the number of papers they
|3. The VA
is the VA's own publication redone in several
formats by Vets.Com for easier use. It tells you
about all of your benefits, has a directory of
all VA facilities and gives you abroad outline of
what they want so that you can prove your claim.
Here to get the information.
|To get the above
you need to go to our download page. The
download page is password protected. To
get your password click here. While you are
there we have many other VA and
government forms available. Also all of
our Veterans Alliance Information Packs
are located there. If you don't want to
download them you can order them via the
mail. These are for PC only no Mac. If
you know how to or can make them into the
Mac format please let us know.
For all of the
packages and forms on a CD or disks snail
mailed to you send $5.00 to cover the
cost of mailing and the media to
Vets.Com, %C. Napier, VFW Post 10215,
Post Office Box 864, Lafayette, Oregon
97128. If you cannot afford the $5.00
order it anyway. No need to explain. We
will understand. Besides you as a veteran
have already paid to great a price.
visit these sites for more information.
Voice of Austin - Home
of Willie Daugherty one of America's leading
expert on the VA and Post Traumatic Stress
Disorder submissions. http://www.vvoa.com.
War Veterans - Be sure and visit here.
C Veterans Site - A must see place for every veteran
and active duty member. Hepatitis and internal
News and Information Service -
For updated information and news on the VA and
its' policies. http://www.vnis.com
are a lot more - Use the Vets Search engine
to find more about your specific problem area.
But Not Least - Keep your family and a trusted
friend informed on what you are doing, what has
happened and where all of your documents are
kept. If something were to happen to you where
does your family stand if they can't find the
information. If you need a secure place and don't
have one contact us at email@example.com and we will assist you by
scanning them and providing storage in a secure
directory on the web.
Be sure and buy a notebook. Not just
one with paper but one with about five divders
and pockets with it. Keep a copy of everything in
the appropriate pocket and make complete notes of
everything you have done, who you have talked to,
the time, place and gist of the conversation.
Also copies of everything the VA sends you and
copies of everything you turn in. You can get
notebooks like these from Office Max, Office
Depot and other stores and they cost about 4 to 5
dollars. They are sometimes worth their weight in
gold at least from the email we receive telling
us this was one of the most important pieces of
advice they got.