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Author: Brenda S. Farrell
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: earn, income, activated, average, servicemembers, personnel, reserve, component, military
Number of Pages: 43
Published: 2011-01
ISBN-10: 1437919049
ISBN-13: 9781437919042

This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. As of Feb. 2009, approx. 691,000 reserve servicemembers have been activated in support of operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, with many being called for multiple deployments or extended for more than one year. This increased use of the reserve component servicemembers has led to questions about whether reserve component servicemembers might be experiencing a decline in earnings as a result of extended and frequent activations. Studies determined that for calendar years 2004 and 2005, on avg., reserve component servicemembers earn
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Author: Randall B. Williamson
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: health, documentation, needs, improvement, reassessment, deployment, care, post, defense
Number of Pages: 58
Published: 2010-03
ISBN-10: 1437925758
ISBN-13: 9781437925753

The DoD implemented the post-deployment health reassessment (PDHRA), which is required to be administered to servicemembers 90 to 180 days after their return from deployment. DoD established the PDHRA program to identify and address servicemembers¿ health concerns that emerge over time following deployments. This report is the second in a review of DoD¿s admin. of the PDHRA. This report examined: (1) the extent to which DoD¿s central repository contains PDHRA questionnaires for active and Reserve component servicemembers who returned from deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan; and (2) how DoD m
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Author: Daniel Bertoni
Publisher: DIANE Publishing Inc.
Keywords: benefits, discharge, delivery, program, congressional, testimony, access, accountability, disability, opportunities, remain, improving, veterans
Number of Pages: 20
Published: 2011-01
ISBN-10: 1437930484
ISBN-13: 9781437930481

This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. Through the Benefits Delivery at Discharge (BDD) program, the VA collaborates with DoD to streamline access to vets' disability benefits by allowing some servicemembers to file a claim and undergo a single exam process prior to discharge. BDD is designed for servicemembers with conditions that, while disabling, do not generally prevent them from performing their military duties. This program can shorten the time it takes for vets to receive benefits by several months. This statement identifies ways VA and DoD could improve these
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Author: John H. Pendleton
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: returning, evaluations, servicemembers, congressional, testimony, disability, care, observations, preliminary, efforts, improve, health, dod
Number of Pages: 32
Published: 2009-03-01
ISBN-10: 1437909833
ISBN-13: 9781437909838

In Feb. 2007, a series of Wash. Post articles disclosed deficiencies in the provision of outpatient services at Walter Reed Army Med. Center, raising concerns about the care for returning servicemembers. These deficiencies included a confusing disability evaluation system and servicemembers in outpatient status for years without a clear understanding about their plan of care. In response, the Army took a number of actions and DoD formed a joint DoD-VA Senior Oversight Comm. This statement provides info. on the near-term actions being taken by the Army and the broader efforts of the Senior Over
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Author: Daniel Bertoni
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: traumatic, injury, timely, decisions, insurance, program, consistent, ensure, brain, dod, oversight, accurate
Number of Pages: 45
Published: 2009-05
ISBN-10: 1437913377
ISBN-13: 9781437913378

In 2005, Congress created a traumatic brain injury (TBI) insurance benefit program, known as TSGLI, to help servicemembers with TBI and other serious injuries with the financial burdens that they and their families face. The Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA) administers the program, in collaboration with DoD, while the branches of service are responsible for deciding servicemembers' claims. This report examined: the TSGLI approval rate for TBI claimants, and whether DoD and VA have assurance that claims are processed accurately, consistently, and in a timely manner; and any challenges servicememb
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Author: Christine Scott
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: insurance, programs, life, current, benefits, veterans
Number of Pages: 26
Published: 2011-05
ISBN-10: 1437942504
ISBN-13: 9781437942507

The VA administers and supervises several life insurance (LI) programs for active servicemembers and vets. The VA supervises the Servicemembersż Group Life Insur. (SGLI) and Veteransż Group Life Insur. (VGLI) programs. The Service-Disabled Veteransż Insur. (S-DVI) program, on the other hand, is admin. by the VA. Access to VA-administered LI programs gives servicemembers and vets the opportunity to carry group LI. This provides for their families in the event of the servicememberżs or veteranżs death. This report provides info. on the current VA LI programs available for servicemembers and
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Author: Zina D. Merritt
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: personnel, homosexual, conduct, policy, dod, associated, cost, data, military, implementing
Number of Pages: 55
Published: 2011-05-01
ISBN-10: 1437980473
ISBN-13: 9781437980479

From FY 1994-2009, the DoD separated over 13,000 active military servicemembers under its homosexual conduct policy. These separations represent about 0.37% of the 3.6 million members separated for all reasons. In 2005, a report was issued on the number of separated servicemembers under DoD's homosexual conduct policy who held critical skills from FY 1994 through 2003. This report examined data from FY 2004 through 2009 to determine: (1) the extent to which the policy has resulted in the separation of servicemembers with skills in critical occupations and important foreign languages; and (2) t
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