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Topic - Steve Buyer
Dear Sgt. Shaft: My husband, who was honorably discharged from the United States Marine Reserves, passed away in 1980. Are there any benefits to which I may be entitled?
"The loss of a child is a heartbreaking tragedy for any parent. When such loss occurs in defense of American freedom and democracy, we as a grateful and compassionate nation must do all that we can in recognition of their sacrifice," said Ranking Member Steve Buyer of the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs.