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Topic - Gus M. Bilirakis
Dear Sgt. Shaft: I would appreciate it if you would answer a question for me. My wife is deceased, and I am wondering how long it will take for my new wife, if I remarry, to come under TRICARE For Life.
Dear Sgt. Shaft: My boyfriend and I want to have a child, but I wouldn't be fulfilling my current enlistment if I did get out due to pregnancy. Would I still have some sort of benefits through the VA?
"Our men and women in uniform have made great sacrifices to protect the liberty and freedom of our great nation," Mr. Bilirakis said. "It is my hope that this stamp will serve as a constant reminder of the plight of America's Prisoners of War and Missing in Action, and the fact that our job is not over until all service members are accounted for."
"As Vice-Chairman of the Veterans' Affairs Committee and Co-Chairman of the Military Veterans Caucus, I am working to ensure our veterans receive the benefits, care and opportunity they've earned," said Mr. Bilirakis, a Florida Republican. "I am proud to join my colleagues in reintroducing this legislation that will better protect our nation's heroes from scams and those who try to take advantage of or mislead them."