Coming Home: Veterans face long waits for medical care
Bradley A. Collier sits with his dog Corporal on the porch of his Nashville home.
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#1 Nov 25, 2011
The VA has made improvements since the two wars began, setting up one-stop transition clinics to treat returning soldiers more quickly and better diagnose hidden ailments.
'SINCE THE TWO WARS BEGAN'??? Well that shows their lack of concern or care for the disabled who do come home maimed and disfigured mentally as well as physically. More corruption for out vets and one day our vets will take a stand. Beware!
The last thing you want to do is mess with a disabled vet and history has proven that!
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