Are there retired or disabled passports?

Answer Travel Insurance covers you for risks you might be exposed to an overseas trip. Typically, it covers death, personal accident, medical expenses, repatriation (in the event of death abroad, the cost... Read More »

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Benefits for Retired & Disabled Veterans?

Benefits for retired and disabled veterans include compensation and pension, home loans, education, health care, life insurance and more. The Department of Veterans Affairs, or the VA, officially ... Read More »

Are military disabled benefits payable to surviving spouses of retired military veterans?

According to the United States Department of Veteran Affairs, a widow or dependent children of a veteran who was receiving disability benefits who is now deceased, under certain circumstances, are ... Read More »

Are there no passports needed in puerto rico for usa citizens?

United States citizens do not require a passport to travel to Puerto Rico. Citizens of Puerto Rico, which is a commonwealth of the United States, are also U.S. citizens by act of Congress. Citizens... Read More »

Can a medical retired veteran with less than 20 yrs of service collect concurrent disability pay and retired pay?