This report uses data from the 2011 American Community Survey to compare the demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of Women Veterans and non Veterans. It also explores the differences between male and female Veterans and other combinations.
This report uses data from the 2010 American Community Survey Public Use Microdata Sample to report data concerning the demographics, socioeconomic status, and health characteristics of AIAN Servicemembers and Veterans.
This brief uses data from the 2009 and 2010 Annual Homeless Assessment Reports (AHAR) to compare the demographic characteristics of Veterans homeless and non-Veteran homeless. It also compares rural and urban Veteran Homeless.
This report uses data from the 2010 American Community Survey to compare the demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of Veterans and non-Veterans who live in rural areas. It also compares rural and urban Veterans. The additional tables provided here show rural Veterans by state for the total population and by period of service.
This comprehensive report chronicles the history of women in the military and as Veterans, profiles the characteristics of women Veterans in 2009, illustrates how women Veterans in 2009 utilized some of the major benefits and services offered by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and discusses the future of women Veterans in relation to VA. The goal of this report is to gain an understanding of who our women Veterans are, how their military service affects their post-military lives, and how they can be better served based on these insights.
This report uses data from the 2010 National Survey of Veterans, Active Duty Service Members, Activated National Guards and Reserve Members, Family Members and Survivors (NSV) to compare the awareness and knowledge of VA services and benefits among Veterans' groups. It also explores the differences in levels of awareness between male Veterans and female Veterans.
This report uses 10 years of data from the Annual Social and Economic Supplement of the Current Population Survey to compare the uninsured rate, poverty rate, and median income of Veterans and non-Veterans by select demographic characteristics. Detailed appendix tables are also available.
This report provides comprehensive statistics on the utilization of VA benefits and healthcare service by Gulf War Era Veterans from the Pre-9/11 Period (August 2, 1990 to September 10, 2001).
This report uses data from the 2009 American Community Survey to compare the demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of Veterans and non-Veterans. It also explores the differences between male Veterans and female Veterans.
This report compares trends in labor force participation rates between Veterans and non-Veterans using data from 10 years of the Current Population Survey.
This report provides a look at the number of unique Veterans receiving VA benefits or services in FY2008. These Veterans made demands for Health Care, Compensation and Pension, Insurance, Education, Vocational Rehabilitation, Memorial Affairs, or Loan Guaranty services and benefits.
This report is an update of one originally written for the National Summit on Women Veterans Issues in 2004. It contains a brief historical review of women in the military and includes sections on demographic trends in the population of women Veterans, their socioeconomic status, and use of VA benefits. On many indicators, women Veterans are compared to their male counterparts.
This paper provides historical information on the contributions of AIAN people to the defense of our nation, and data on the socio-demographic characteristics of AIAN Veterans and their use of VA benefits. Included are estimates and projections of the AIAN Veteran population by age, sex, period of service, and geographic distribution. Data come mainly from historical records and texts, the 2000 Decennial Census, and the 2001National Survey of Veterans.
This report is an annual update (for calendar year 2005) of the number of American POWs and MIAs. The information comes from multiple sources, including historical records and texts, official Department of Defense records, rosters kept by POW and MIA organizations, and demographic estimates. Data on POWs and MIAs are organized mainly by period of service.
This report contains historical and current information on former prisoners of war and MIAs, focusing on the number of former POWs and MIAs by the war period in which they served. The report contains information on the number of current former POWs, MIAs, and deaths to POWs based either on estimates using actuarial assumptions, or on actual records kept by VA or the Department of Defense or POW organizations.
This paper summarizes the data findings of a pilot project to study the feasibility for determining the number of unique Veterans who receive VA services and benefits. These Veterans made demands for Health Care, Compensation and Pension, Insurance, Education, Vocational Rehabilitation, Memorial Affairs, or Loan Guaranty services and benefits for FY 2003.
This document is a PowerPoint presentation with tables, charts, and bullet statements providing information from: the U.S. Census Bureau and other sources on Veterans' income, employment status, health insurance coverage, poverty status, incarceration, homelessness, nursing home residence and mental health; and VA administrative files on selected program usage and trends in healthcare, education, and disability benefits, and home loan guarantees.
The CARES (Capital Asset Realignment for Enhanced Services) initiative was intended to align VA capital assets with where Veterans are located. Since VetPop2001Adj provided estimates and projections of the Veteran population by demographic characteristics, including age, sex, period of service, and geographic location, it served as a major data resource for making the decision about how to align capital assets.
This document was prepared in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the Korean War. It is a compendium of historical facts and data on the demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of Korean War Veterans and their use of VA programs. (VetPop2000 data are not used in this document).
This document is a compendium of information on the Asian/Pacific Islander Veterans, their demographic and socio-economic characteristics, and their use of VA Programs. Data used are from the 1990 Census (2000 Census data on Veterans will be available in 2002/03); VA's Patient Treatment and Outpatient Files; and published DoD reports.
On February 22, 2012, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) released a new profile on Women Veterans. Women Veterans are a diverse group of individuals. They differ in many ways from their female counterparts who never served in the military and from their male Veteran counterparts. This report uses data from the 2011 American Community Survey to provide an in-depth profile of demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of women Veterans.
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