If your doctor has diagnosed you with at least one Agent Orange presumptive and you are a Veteran that served in an area designated an Agent Orange qualifier, you qualify for Agent Orange compensation.
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A request for your DD214 could be made by calling our office at 901.222.4237 and we can submit a request if you are a Tennessee Veteran. You can also complete the SF Form 180, which can be found at va.gov/vaforms/default.asp, and submit it to the appropriate address provided with the form.
Your military service record can also be requested by submitting the SF Form 180, which can be found at va.gov/vaforms/default.asp, to the appropriate address provided with the form.
You will need to contact our office and schedule an appointment with a Veterans Services Officer.
Your Veterans Services Officer must submit the appropriate documentation.
The VA can help you or a Veterans Services Officer can help you. You should contact the number provided on the decision letter or contact our office for assistance.
You can log onto Ebenefits, visit the VA hospital, or visit your Veterans Services Officer to complete the necessary form for submitting to the VA.
Yes they were. Records for the Air Force and Army were destroyed.
Ebenefits is a computerized resource for military personnel and their family members. It is necessary to create an account to access the system and it is free.
Yes, you may qualify for Compensation or Pension. Visit you Veterans Services Officer for more information.
Effective January 1st, 2020, all Veterans with a VA card indicating Service Connected are authorized to shop on base.