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The Reps for Vets proudly supports Sierra Club’s Military Outdoors, a veteran-led program that helps veterans, service members and their families get outdoors and enjoy the healing effects of nature.

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We fight for the people who answered with honor and bravery when our country called. We proudly help veterans and their dependents in all 50 states and U.S. Territories obtain  maximum disability benefits. This is what we do, this is all we do, we are The Rep for Vets.

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Advocates Push to Expand PACT Act Benefits, Add Blood Cancers to Burn Pit Presumptive Conditions List

Veterans’ advocates are pushing to have several blood cancers linked to burn pit exposure added to the list of burn pit presumptive conditions created by the PACT Act. The move would make some Gulf War and post-9/11 veterans eligible for expedited disability benefits and healthcare, and would mark the first expansion of the PACT Act for burn pit-related diseases since the law went into effect in 2022. For veterans afflicted with these blood cancers, presumptive status and the benefits that flow from it can’t come fast enough. Military.com reports that the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has committed to a

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VA Healthcare Expansion: What WWII Veterans Need to Know

For those veterans who served in WWII and may not have utilized VA healthcare facilities, a recent outreach initiative may have caught your attention. It’s not a scam. This is the VA’s effort to encourage eligible veterans to apply for additional no-cost health care services provided by the VA, including nursing home care and home-based primary care. We were actually a bit surprised to learn that WWII veterans aren’t already enjoying free health coverage from the VA, but better late than never, right? Enrolling means no copays, no enrollment fees, and no monthly premiums. Importantly, you may also keep your

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