Survey Allows Vets to Share Their VA Experiences

By on August 8, 2014 in Current Events with 3 Comments

A survey being run by the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) is asking veterans and their families to share their experiences about working with the VA.

“Whether you’re stuck in the VA backlog, not receiving timely appointments, or receiving excellent VA care, we want you to share your VA story,” says the survey’s introduction. IAVA says that responses will go towards creating an online awareness tool and that responses will be provided to NBC News.

To take the survey, go to: http://iava.org/disability-wait-survey

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America describes itself as “the nation’s first and largest nonpartisan, nonprofit organization representing veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan and has more than 270,000 Member Veterans and civilian supporters nationwide.” The organization recently celebrated its 10th anniversary.

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