The newsletters below provide information about VA programs to respond to health concerns of Veterans who served in Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), and Operation New Dawn (OND).
As of September 2019, Military Exposures & Your Health replaced the Gulf War Newsletter and Post-9/11 Vet Newsletter. This newsletter is for Veterans who served from 1990 to the present and their families.
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Below is a list of all published newsletters by date.
Post-9/11 Vet - Fall 2014 | PDF (396 KB, PDF)
Burn Pit Registry Launches; Feeling Overwhelmed and Don't Know Where to Turn? The Veterans Crisis Line Can Help; VA Health Care: An Excellent Option; Respiratory Diseases...
December 2010 - Vol 6, No 2 (355 KB, PDF)
VA to Cover New Illnesses for OEF/OIF and Gulf War Veterans, New Research will Increase Understanding of OEF/OIF Veteran Health...
June 2008 – Vol 5, No 2 (801 KB, PDF)
Lead story: Peake Takes Actions to Support New Combat Veterans
July 2007 – Vol 4, No 2 (693 KB, PDF)
Lead story: Presidential Task Force Proposes Improved Services for GWOT Veterans
April 2007 – Vol 4, No 1 (728 KB, PDF)
Lead story: Blast Injury: IEDs as the Current Weapon of Choice
February 2006 – Vol 3, No 1 (406 KB, PDF)
Lead story: Budget Request for VA tops $80 Billion: Continues Commitment for VA/DoD Cooperation on Seamless Transition for New Veterans
September 2005 – Vol 2, No 2 (500 KB, PDF)
Lead story: VA Seamless Transition Office Helps Veterans
February 2005 – Vol 2, No 1 (763 KB, PDF)
Lead story: New Report on Health Effects from Fuels, Combustion Products, and Propellants
June 2004 – Vol 1, No 2 (534 KB, PDF)
Lead story: VA Expands Outreach to Veterans
December 2003 – Vol 1, No 1 (581 KB, PDF)
Lead story: OIF/OEF Review – The Inaugural Issue
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