Joe Geoghagan Is A 31 Year Old Veteran And He’s Begging The VA Not To Let Him Starve To Death | Right Wing News
Joe is a true American HERO. “He did 3 tours in Iraq and Afghan”. While he is suffering at the hands of our inept govey, illegals are getting better treatment than Joe. Joe fought for us, I will fight for him. Again, please share, this man needs our help.
Being a guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is an honor that is a life style commitment far beyond the mettle it takes to be a Marine.
We thank all the young men who guard this tomb every minute of every day.
What The VA Leader Says He Needs To Provide Healthcare To Vets Like These Guys Is A Real Head-Shaker
What the VA needs is reform and leadership, not more money. The VA’s budget has increased by 173% since 2000 which is more than the growth in VA patients. It needs to have more authority to hold its employees accountable for their actions. Before we throw more money at the VA, we should demand better results and real reform from that agency.
Two calls were made while 71-year-old Jim Napoleon Garcia lay on the floor as an ambulance was called to take him to an emergency room 500 yards away, according to the tapes released Thursday to the Albuquerque Journal.
It is so sad that this happened.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO — A veteran died at a Veterans Affairs Hospital after waiting 30 minutes at the facility for an ambulance to take him 500 yards to the emergency room. Now the hospital is reviewing its policy.
VA officials told KOAT the patient collapsed in the cafeteria on Monday and needed to be taken around the building to the ER.
Witnesses said he looked like he was having a heart attack, so cafeteria staff followed procedure and called 9-1-1. VA policy states that if any medical emergency happens outside the main hospital staff should call 9-1-1.
The Alburquerque Fire Department told KOAT that an ambulance dispatched a crew to the hospital at 12:30 p.m. Paramedics loaded the veteran and drove him across the complex to another building.
By the time he got to the ER, he died.
KOAT asked VA officials why the man was not wheeled over…
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Many veterans have come home only to find the job they had when they left, no longer exists. As challenging as it is for our soldiers to blend back into normal life, adding the loss of a job is not something else they should have to bear.
Rhode Island is taking steps to help this. Read more here: RI Veterans Given Help Finding Work
Not everybody enjoys fireworks. Some Veterans would like to raise awareness that these noises may bring back some awful memories to men and women of war. Please think of others and be considerate.
Watch a video on Youtube here: Veterans Raise Awareness About PTSD and Fireworks
were stationed in Djibouti after Sept. 1, 2001, and to veterans of the 1991 Persian Gulf War
and think they may have had exposure to trash being burned will want to check this out!
Learn more here: Vets May Sign up for Registry After Dust, Smoke Exposure
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski called on the Department of Veterans Affairs last week to conduct an independent investigation into the Alaska VA Healthcare System.
In a letter to the VA Office of Inspector General, Murkowski asked that the office review the Wasilla Community Based Outpatient Clinic’s operational practices and also look into claims that the Alaska VA Healthcare System in Anchorage used fake appointments in 2008 to make wait times appear shorter.
To read more go here: Murkowski Calls for Further Investigation on Alaska VA