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MAKING AMERICA'S HEROES WAIT: Vets face lies, damn lies and VA statistics

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Third of a five-part series Jim Landy did not die on the battlefield. But his 26 years of military service likely killed him. Landy, 64, died of esophageal cancer last Thanksgiving, four years after he filed a claim for service-connected disability payments from the Department of Veterans Affairs. The former Navy senior chief petty officer spent years at the McMurdo naval station in Antarctica...

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