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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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Topic - Richard L. Denoyer
Dear Sgt. Shaft: I am the widow of a deceased military, and I am eligible for the military ID. I have been renewing it periodically. There are two possible locations near Dallas, Texas, where I live where I can renew my ID card. However, when I call, no one ever answers.
Dear Sgt. Shaft: I am approaching my retirement at age 60 as a retired reserve personnel. I was interested in TRICARE insurance. Now after 60, what would be my charge per month with spouse?
Dear Sgt. Shaft: I recently read that many veterans are now eligible for VA compensation as a result of legislative changes that have eased some of the previous restrictions.
Dear Sgt. Shaft: I received an email that said that when the flag is presented to the family at a burial of a veteran, the words of presentation say: ".....on behalf of the Secretary of Defense." Is this true? I am shocked that the words no longer state "On behalf of the President of the United States.
"This is a fantastic opportunity and I'm proud of our affiliation with VetJobs," said VFW National Commander Richard L. DeNoyer, of Middleton, Mass. "Helping thousands of veterans to get well-paying jobs in an important industry just further proves that no one does more for veterans than the VFW."
Mr. DeNoyer said it just makes sense that specialized military training should also meet private-sector standards, such as in the career fields of machinists, welders, plumbers, engineers and logistics specialists, as well as commercial vehicle drivers, paramedics, and airframe and power plant technicians.