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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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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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State veteran benefits are special privileges that different states in the United States offer citizens who have attained veteran status. The benefits are a token of appreciation for their service to the country, and the... More »

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Veterans in Florida enjoy benefits including access to the Department of Veteran Affairs health care system, housing benefits that include property tax exemptions and home loans, and burial benefits that ensure free buri... More »

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Multiple methods exist for obtaining a Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, or DD-214, for yourself or a deceased veteran. You can mail or electronically file a request for free, hire someone to file it ... More »

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Widows of U.S. Military veterans are eligible for a number of government benefits, most notably a pension and Dependency and Indemnity Compensation. The Veterans Administration requires that widows' deceased veteran husb... More »

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To be included in the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs database and be eligible to receive ongoing government military benefits, completing the application process is mandatory. The application process is the only wa... More »

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