VA extends Gulf veterans' period to report disabilities

May 1997
Jet;05/26/97, Vol. 92 Issue 1, p57
Reports that the US Veterans Affairs Department announced in May 1997 that it will allow Gulf War veterans to claim disability compensation for war-related illnesses through the year 2001. Comments from Veterans Affairs Secretary Jesse Brown; Number of veterans with claims.


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