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NABVETS salutes Isaiah Austin For not Letting a Setback Stop Him from Moving Forward!

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When the college basketball season ended, Isaiah Austin had no idea that he would never be able to play again.   the 7’1″ basketball player, by all accounts, could look forward to a bright and promising career in the NBA.   Unfortunately, Asaiah’s dreams of an NBA career were cut short when he learned that he had Marfan Syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects the body’s connective tissue. Some aspects of Marfan Syndrome, which affects one in 5,000 people, can be life-threatening,

NABVETS Congratulates Korean War Veteran, Willie McCall, for winning a $100,000 Claim against the Department of Veterans Affairs

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Mr. McCall did not hesitate to sign up when he was drafted for the Korean War; if he had, he would have been thrown in jail: Mr. McCall did not hesitate to go to the front line to fight Chinese when he was commanded; if he had, he would’ve been court-Martialed: Mr. McCall did not hesitate to risk his life for his country; if he had, he would have been ridiculed. So, why is it that the Department of Veterans