Brookhaven National Laboratory Veterans Association
Vet to Vet Program
Veterans Peer to Peer Groups with Joseph Dwyer -
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Veterans Service Agency
Veterans Advocate ~ Benefit Programs ~ War Time Service ~ Contact numbers
Contact VA website: http://www.va.gov/opa/newtova.asp
- Veterans On Line Application (VONAPP)
- Benefits and Services Available
- Eligibility of VA Benefits
- How to Apply for VA Benefits, and more
Suffolk County opens Veterans Court
- The program is open to nonviolent misdemeanor and felony offenders but
individuals must volunteer to participate.
As of June 29, 2010, a Veterans' Medallion is available for order.
This option is to mark the Veterans' graves in private cemeteries and highlight
their service and sacrifices made for our Country.
Military Handbooks Newsletter are now available!
Click here to receive your FREE
Military Handbook for Active and Retired U.S. Military Personnel
Information for Vietnam
Veterans re: diabetes
The Veterans Administration acknowledges diabetes mellitus (Type II,
adult onset) as a presumptive condition for in-country Vietnam veterans.
In-country service in Vietnam presumes exposure to the herbicide Agent
Orange if the veteran meets the criteria outlined in
38 CFR §3.313 regarding dates of service and the
condition being claimed is one listed in
38 CFR §3.307 (6)iii.
Legislature to pass bill to Expand Real Property Tax Exemptions for Veterans
(Spouses and Unremarried Surviving Spouses of Veterans to Receive Equal
Pete Palamidis (above right) presenting a check to Jim Belmonte from the
Jayne–Lattin Post 2913. The check was donated by the BVA to the Lt. Michael
Murphy Monument project. Murphy, a United States Naval Officer and SEAL, was
posthumously decorated with the Medal of Honor.
Veteran Benefits available at BNL -
Click here for information
The Employee Assistance Program and the BERA Veterans
Association presented a mini-series in May 2007 to address the needs
of veterans, spouse of a veteran, surviving spouse of a deceased veteran,
parent of a returning veteran and their families. Their presentations are
below. (To download RealPlayer, go to:
Health Care: Entitlements and Disability Benefits”
Speaker: Joe Sledge, Northport VA Public Information Officer.
County Entitlements for Veterans” Speaker: Tom Ronayne,
Suffolk County Vets Service.
Invisible Wounds of War” Speaker: Lawrence Brown, M.A.,
Retired career military & mental health counselor, Babylon Vet Center of
U.S. Veterans Administration.
The following is a list of links that will help you determine if you are
eligible and how to file a tax exemption if you served on active duty for
more than 365 days during 1945-1991.
Campaigns, and Expeditions of the Armed Forces Since WW II which Qualify
for Veterans' Preference
Saluting the US Flag
online access (pdf)
Steve Stern advises Veterans Organizations of funding for Memorial Day
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