Informational Seminars June 22nd and 23rd 2016 7th SFG

1800-1930 Jun 22 0900 – 1200 Jun 23 7th Special Forces Group, Auditorium Bldg 4545 Who Should Attend Although primarily intended for active duty or reserve personnel separating within the next 24 months, seminars are open to all active duty or Veteran members of...

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Your VA Examination

Every month someone calls the office to lament that they have been unfairly assessed at their VA examination. Yet most often, the problem isn’t the examination as much as misunderstanding of the purpose of the examination. Here’s how it...

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File a Claim

Putting off filing a claim can cost you tens of thousands of dollars and here’s how: Imagine having never filed a claim for that “clicking” knee, then one day tearing it up in a pickup basketball game. You’re stuck...

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Hospitalization

If you are ever hospitalized for more than 21 days for a service-connected injury or illness, and you are not rated at the 100% level already, you are authorized the 100% rate for the period of hospitalization. According to the...

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What is ALS (And Why You Need To Know)

 In 1939, Lou Gehrig brought national and international attention to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Ending the career of one of the most beloved baseball players of all time, the disease is still most closely associated with his name. ALS is...

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The OASIS Business Model

One of the first things people want to know (although they don’t always ask) is “What is it going to cost me to get help from OASIS?” The answer is nothing. Unlike the law firms that advertise help for...

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“I Didn’t Know…”

Agent Orange is a term used to describe a wide array of herbicides in use during the Vietnam war. The name “Agent Orange” came from the orange identifying stripe used on the 55-gallon drums in which it was stored....

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Inside the VA

Budget In his FY 2017 budget, President Obama is proposing $182.3 billion for the Department of Veterans Affairs. Funding will continue to support the largest transformation in VA history; expand access to timely, high-quality health care and benefits; and advance...

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Making a Game of Donating

OASIS depends on fundraising throughout the year to aid the SOF community. Giving isn’t always fun, but it is always rewarding. Wouldn’t it be great if fun and rewarding could be combined? Well, your wishes are now a possibility! On...

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Family Caregiver Program

When a soldier leaves the service with debilitating injuries, there isn’t a team or squad on hand to care for them any longer. That responsibility falls to the family, to do the best they can. That often means that...

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