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Page 535 - veteran" shall mean a person who has served in the active military or naval service of the United States at any time...
Page 544 - ... any answer made by the employee, the notice of any agency hearing on the proposed adverse action and the report thereof, and the notice of decision.
Page 449 - active military, naval, or air service" includes active duty, any period of active duty for training during which the individual concerned was disabled or died from a disease or injury incurred or aggravated in line of duty, and any period of inactive duty training during which the individual concerned was disabled or died from an injury incurred or aggravated in line of duty.
Page 567 - ... death ; and (2) whose death occurs — (A) while on active duty, active duty for training, or inactive duty training; or (B) as the result of a service-connected disability incurred after September 15, 1940 ; and (3) who leaves one or more survivors who are not entitled for any month to monthly benefits under section 402 of title 42 on the basis of...
Page 514 - ... blindness in both eyes, rendering him so helpless as to be in need of regular aid and attendance...
Page 3 - Congress declares as its intent and purpose that there shall be an effective job counseling and employment placement service for veterans, and that, to this end, policies shall be promulgated and administered, so as to provide for them the maximum of job opportunity in the field of gainful employment.
Page 314 - A veteran has made one sacrifice in the national intereat by serving in the Armed Forces and on the battlefield in Vietnam. He should not have to make another sacrifice in the battle against Inflation upon his return to civilian life at the expense of his personal security and well being. The same holds true for older veterans who have lost their jobs through no fault of their own. The highest priority should be accorded to all veterans programs. Both the Veterans Administration and the Veterans...
Page 513 - Veterans who are disabled by injury or disease incurred in or aggravated by active service in line of duty during wartime or peacetime service and discharged or separated under other than dishonorable conditions.
Page 157 - ... if the Director has certified in writing published in the FEDERAL REGISTER that such representation is in the national interest. Application for such an exemption shall be made in writing to the General Counsel. (e) Additional rules. Former employees should continue to observe the provisions of 1015.735-14, relating to the disclosure and misuse of inside information about OEO which they acquired while they were employees. Also some of the statutes listed in 1015.735-26 are applicable to...
Page 514 - ... is permanently bedridden or so helpless as to be in need of regular aid and attendance, the monthly pension shall be $180.

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