Veterans: health care noticeably improves
For the many veterans who are appealing to the Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in Rio Grande, the fight for better health services is far from over. The veteran leaders, however, think the medical care showed a lot of improvement. The Brownsville Herald has more:
Ray Molano, commander of Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 856, said his group and others in the Valley Veterans Alliance plan to keep pressure on federal officials to build a full veterans hospital.
“We’re still pushing to get a hospital,” Molano said. “We have the Winter Texans coming down for five or six months a year or even becoming permanent residents.”
A high number of Winter Texans served in World War II, Korea or Vietnam, he said.
“We’re also getting a lot of people back from Iraq and Afghanistan with post-traumatic stress disorder and other illnesses and injuries,” he said.
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