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    You’ve just been rated 100% disabled by the Veterans Affairs. After the excitement of finally having the rating you deserve wears off, you start asking questions. One of the first questions that you might ask is this: It’s a legitimate question – rare is the Veteran that finds themselves sitting on the couch eating bon-bons … Continue reading

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dtoney2000 Sorry, but you have to provide a bit more info so we can help. What exactly are you trying to accomplish? Do you already have a disability rating from the VA? Did you recently file a disabi

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Right on GB, Just this last Christmas I had a First Cousin die  HE WAS A 1967/68 Vietnam Vet  he was S.C. FOR DIEBETES AND PARKINGTONS /DEMEMTIA and a few other bad conditions.

He was just 72, his spouse died in 2014 from heartfailure , the their daughter had them both  buried together at the 

Dallas-Ft Worth National Cemetery  for Veterans.

 

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Currently, more than 1.5 million veterans live in the state of Texas and approximately 460,000 reside in the cemetery's service area. The Dallas-Fort Worth National ...

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Buck Texas is a very Veteran friendly state to live in; some very good state benefits. Much like Florida. But, you got to like the heat. Heat/humidity is easier on arthritis, but I can't handle it anyway. If I could, I'd move to either one in a heart beat.

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I Hear That GB.

i HATE THE COLD WET WINTERS...FREZZING IS ONLY ABOUT 20/30 DAYS IF THAT LONG  BUT IT STAYS IN THE MIID 30'% FOR AVOUT 2/3 MONTHS  NOT BAD  FROM WHAT THE EASTERN STATE HAVE TO GO THROUGH.

IF I HAD MY CHOICE I''D LIVE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA... SWIMMING POOLS MOVIE STARS...LOL  BUT TO EXPENSIVE TO LIVE THERE FOR US.

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Buck Speaking of Calif, I've seen a bit of the good ole USA and for weather, San Diego is right there on top. Probably doesn't get much better, weather-wise. But it's wall to wall people, traffic is terrible, super expensive to live and the crime rate goes thru the roof. Other than than, it's great! But there really are a lot of great places to move to in the states if you don't have any family anchors and want better weather. You just have to get off your butt and start checking them out.

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