This site contains information and links that are invaluable to the veteran seeking assistance or advice
and provides a way to stay current with "hot issues" in the veteran community.
This will target Korea, Vietnam, Gulf War, Panama, and any US facility where such exposure took place.
We shall be creating a new BBS, similar to the current BBS on the site for sharing information.
This effort is in conjunction with the Korean War Project
Korean War Project
PH: 214 320-0342
PO Box 180190
Dallas, TX 75218
Web Site Information
Larry K. Neil (Retired United States Navy Commander)
Located in Washington, D.C., we're your number one source for military services and histories, as seen in over 20 veterans and historical publications!
We offer numerous services including:
2) Be sure to specify time periods, if applicable.
3) Just send $3.00 (cash only, please) for our new expanded catalog which lists our services and other merchandise. ($5.00 overseas)
Or drop them a note at: Military Archives
Visit their Home Page.
Performed at your site, whether a SCHOOL, a BUSINESS PLACE, or an ORGANIZATION meeting.
A basic 45-minute theatrical production with an additional 45-minute workshop, designed for education when used in schools or teamwork and motivation when used in other settings.
Appropriate for High Schools, Colleges, Universities, Businesses, Organizations, Functions, Fund Raisers, and Social Events.
CALL ME NO NAME
WALL OF BLOOD,
for details regarding cost and schedule:
Fred Leo Brown
Director of Education, Lansing Veterans Memorial
Email contact here
PO Box 39
Palos Heights, IL 60463
NVLSP is an independent, non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to ensuring that our nation honors the pact made with our 27 million veterans.
For further details, visit their Home Page ... but don't forget to come back.
Professional services and information for filing claims with the VA. Latham Publishing provides a number of vital booklets:
DEALING WITH THE VA
(Tips no one else will tell you)
THE VA QUESTION BOOK
A collection of often asked questions with answers concerning VA rights and benefits.
THE S-2 REPORT
A bi-monthly newsletter of current tips on how to deal with the changing VA.
Cost: 8 issues for $24
HOW TO RECEIVE COMPENSATION FOR PTSD
Worth 10 times its weight in a lifetime of well-deserved benefits and a sure end to VA hassles in the cat-and-mouse game of "proving your eligibility."
"This booklet can be the most important decision you can make to put the Vietnam War or other United States' sanctioned conflicts behind you...and it is 100% guaranteed to work for combat veterans."
OR contact by EMAIL
Dennis Latham is a combat veteran and former Veteran Outreach Program worker. He knows the system and the buzzwords you need to get the facts of your service experience into an understandable and effective written document that can be acted upon by the Veteran's Administration Rating Board.
Services include business forms, stationary, posters, brochures, NCR, and full-color process.
Profits from the printing operation help support services for veterans of all eras and include job search, counseling, homeless, and crisis intervention.
Support this business located at:
Gary Rogers has been working with Vets since 1984.
Services and additional assistance free to Vets not able to pay.
Gary L. Rogers, Ph.D.
Email contact at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Detailed information available at the following Web Site.