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Why We’re Observing Two Minutes of Silence This Veterans Day

The tradition of observing two minutes of silence on Veterans Day has lapsed in recent years. We think it must be kept alive, not only to honor the fallen of the world wars, but for all wars. Perhaps you are old enough to remember a time when the tradition was more widely observed than it is now. Harry Binder, founder of The Rep Vets, a national veterans disability advocacy firm, remembers a time when “the whole country stopped at 11a.m.” The reason? At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, Allied powers signed a

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2022 VA Pay Increase Is Biggest in Over a Decade

Veterans receiving VA disability compensation are set to see their monthly VA pay increase by 5.9% in 2022. To put that in dollars, for every $1,000 a veteran currently receives in benefits payments, they will see an additional $59 in 2022. Spouses and family members receiving survivor benefits will see the same increase in their monthly payments. Here at the Rep for Vets, we have long felt that VA payments are not keeping up with the increasing cost of living. The annual cost of living adjustment has averaged around 1.5% for the last 10 years, so this year’s increase of

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November 30, 2021

Biden signs 4 VA reform bills into law. The bills close a gap in maternity care; direct the GAO to study racial disparities in benefits payments; guarantee in-state tuition rates for the survivors of veterans who die of service-connected injuries; and create a pipeline for military medics to land jobs in VA hospitals post-service.

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October 29, 2021

American Veteran, an epic four-part docu-series tracing the veteran experience across the arc of American history, now streaming at pbs.org.

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September 29, 2021

90% of VA facilities facing severe shortages of medical officers, 73 % facing nurse shortage, 50% of psychiatry facilities understaffed, according to watchdog.

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