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Through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, a military veteran's wife may be eligible for monthly compensation, a pension, health care and memorial and burial benefits. She may also receive help with education and t... More »

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A deceased veteran is entitled to a government headstone, a burial flag and a Presidential Memorial Certificate. If the veteran is buried in a national cemetery, his spouse and dependents are entitled to a gravesite, the... More »

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Benefits available to veterans include health care, disability compensation, pensions, life insurance and memorial benefits, reports the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Veterans can also receive help with home loans... More »

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Benefits for veterans with disabilities include service-connected disability compensation, United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) pension, concurrent retirement and disability payments, combat-related special ... More »

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