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Will These Veterans Get Help Before They Die?

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There are numerous veterans in America and abroad who are in dire need of medical assistance but are still unable to get the help they need. Although millions of dollars were spent for the wars they fought in, healthcare for those who served was not part of the budget. So many veterans have died waiting for help that never arrived. However, there is an organization that is trying to help the last remaining veterans called Military Veterans Advocacy, Inc. This non-profit organization’s mission is to provide training and education services for military and veterans concerning rights & benefits. Defend unjustly accused military members before courts-martial and administrative tribunals. Through legislative advocacy protect and expand the rights and benefits of current and former members of the armed forces. Act decisively to protect the freedom of religion within the military services.

In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Mr. John Wells, the Executive Director of Military Veterans Advocacy, Inc. about his efforts to help other veterans get the help that they need.  Mr. Wells is a retired Navy Commander (Surface Warfare) and a disabled veteran, who served from 1972 until 1994. To learn about his organizations efforts and what to do if you are or know a veteran that needs help, stay tuned!

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