Can a veteran receive veteran's benefits if he is dishonorably discharged?

Answer Veteran's benefits, which depend on the service of a veteran, are not available to veterans who were discharged under dishonorable conditions unless the veteran is found to have been insane during ... Read More »

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Will i receive my husband's veteran's benefits if he dies?

Benefits available to a veteran sometimes pass to the spouse in the event of the veteran's death. The Veterans Affairs publication, "Federal Benefits for Veterans and Dependents," explains survivin... Read More »

How long do you have to be married to receive your spouse's veteran benefits?

To get a spouse's veterans' benefits, the Department of Veterans Affairs states you must be married for at least one year. There are exceptions made for spouses of service members who die on active... Read More »

Do Cold War Veterans receive education benefits?

While most Cold War veterans of the United States Armed Services did not perform in actual battles, they are still eligible for military benefits such as the G.I. bill which provides up to 36 month... Read More »

Can a military veteran receive Social Security& his disability benefits at the same time?

Veterans may currently draw both Veterans Affairs disability and Social Security benefits. VA compensation has nothing to do with Social Security payments, according to the Social Security Administ... Read More »