National veterans service officer 

CONTACT OUR NATIONAL VETERANS SERVICE OFFICER: LWILLIAMSON@MCLEAGUE.ORG

Resources:

VA – U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Find VA Locations

VA Form-21 – Application to become a Service Organization Representative

 

Descriptions:

Veterans Service Officer (VSO)

As a National Accredited Veterans Service Officer (VSO), you must have the sponsorship of a State or County Veterans Affairs (VA) to gain access to the VA intranet to process claims. You will be responsible to process claims within the Marine Corps League (MCL) that are forwarded or presented to you by a Detachment/Department Service Officer (DSO) in your area. You will be expected to complete all paperwork and follow up with the Veteran at all stages of the process. You will provide quarterly reports of cases you are working.

For qualifications, please refer to the National Administrative Procedures Section 3060.

Department/Detachment Service Officer (DSO)

As a Detachment/Department Service Officer (DSO), you have immediate access to a group of qualified veterans who may all rate some type of VA Benefits. That group is your Detachment; all are Honorably Discharged (or General Under Honorable Conditions) Marines, Navy FMF Corpsman, or Navy FMF Chaplains who deserve to have all their benefits explained to them. To assist your Detachment members, you need to become a Detachment or a Department Service Officer.

For qualifications, please refer to the National Administrative Procedures Section 3065.

 

CONTACT OUR NATIONAL VETERANS SERVICE OFFICER: LWILLIAMSON@MCLEAGUE.ORG

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