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§ 1712. Specific duties. In addition to such other duties as may be provided by law or as assigned by the Adjutant General, the Deputy Adjutant General for Veterans' Affairs shall have the following specific duties: (1) To recommend to the Adjutant General and the Governor, with the advice of the State Veterans' Commission, new legislation and amendments to existing statutes concerning veterans and their activities for consideration by the General Assembly. (2) To cooperate with all Federal and State departments and agencies in the interest of veterans. (3) To aid in filing and prosecuting claims of Pennsylvania's veterans and their dependents under Federal or State laws or regulations. (4) To aid veterans in seeking employment or reemployment after their honorable discharge from the armed forces of the United States. (5) To aid veterans requiring medical care in securing hospitalization provided by a Federal or State medical or care facility. (6) To aid in the rehabilitation of injured, wounded or compensable veterans in educational institutions or vocational training institutions for which they may be eligible by law. (7) To cooperate with and advise the Department of Education with respect to vocational training programs for veterans, particularly programs suited to casualties. (8) To administer relief provided by the Commonwealth for veterans and their dependents. (9) To administer the distribution under the direction of the Adjutant General of any compensation to veterans or their dependents that has been or may be granted by the Commonwealth. (10) To investigate the work of other State agencies in administering laws affecting veterans and their dependents. (11) To investigate, compile and maintain complete and accurate data concerning veterans of the armed forces of the United States and all State and municipal activities related thereto. (12) To compile from the records transmitted from the various counties of this Commonwealth a record of the burial places in this Commonwealth of deceased veterans, including such information as the Deputy Adjutant General for Veterans' Affairs or his designee deems necessary and appropriate. (13) To disseminate information concerning Pennsylvania's veterans and Pennsylvania's veterans' programs to veterans' organizations, to the public press and other media and to the general public. (14) To biannually submit, through the Adjutant General, to the Governor a report of State activities on behalf of veterans. (15) To serve as a clearinghouse for all problems or issues related to Pennsylvania's veterans and their dependents. (16) To serve as Executive Secretary of the State Veterans' Commission. Cross References. Section 1712 is referred to in section 1711 of this title.

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Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-51 > Chapter-17 > 1712

§ 1712. Specific duties. In addition to such other duties as may be provided by law or as assigned by the Adjutant General, the Deputy Adjutant General for Veterans' Affairs shall have the following specific duties: (1) To recommend to the Adjutant General and the Governor, with the advice of the State Veterans' Commission, new legislation and amendments to existing statutes concerning veterans and their activities for consideration by the General Assembly. (2) To cooperate with all Federal and State departments and agencies in the interest of veterans. (3) To aid in filing and prosecuting claims of Pennsylvania's veterans and their dependents under Federal or State laws or regulations. (4) To aid veterans in seeking employment or reemployment after their honorable discharge from the armed forces of the United States. (5) To aid veterans requiring medical care in securing hospitalization provided by a Federal or State medical or care facility. (6) To aid in the rehabilitation of injured, wounded or compensable veterans in educational institutions or vocational training institutions for which they may be eligible by law. (7) To cooperate with and advise the Department of Education with respect to vocational training programs for veterans, particularly programs suited to casualties. (8) To administer relief provided by the Commonwealth for veterans and their dependents. (9) To administer the distribution under the direction of the Adjutant General of any compensation to veterans or their dependents that has been or may be granted by the Commonwealth. (10) To investigate the work of other State agencies in administering laws affecting veterans and their dependents. (11) To investigate, compile and maintain complete and accurate data concerning veterans of the armed forces of the United States and all State and municipal activities related thereto. (12) To compile from the records transmitted from the various counties of this Commonwealth a record of the burial places in this Commonwealth of deceased veterans, including such information as the Deputy Adjutant General for Veterans' Affairs or his designee deems necessary and appropriate. (13) To disseminate information concerning Pennsylvania's veterans and Pennsylvania's veterans' programs to veterans' organizations, to the public press and other media and to the general public. (14) To biannually submit, through the Adjutant General, to the Governor a report of State activities on behalf of veterans. (15) To serve as a clearinghouse for all problems or issues related to Pennsylvania's veterans and their dependents. (16) To serve as Executive Secretary of the State Veterans' Commission. Cross References. Section 1712 is referred to in section 1711 of this title.

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Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-51 > Chapter-17 > 1712

§ 1712. Specific duties. In addition to such other duties as may be provided by law or as assigned by the Adjutant General, the Deputy Adjutant General for Veterans' Affairs shall have the following specific duties: (1) To recommend to the Adjutant General and the Governor, with the advice of the State Veterans' Commission, new legislation and amendments to existing statutes concerning veterans and their activities for consideration by the General Assembly. (2) To cooperate with all Federal and State departments and agencies in the interest of veterans. (3) To aid in filing and prosecuting claims of Pennsylvania's veterans and their dependents under Federal or State laws or regulations. (4) To aid veterans in seeking employment or reemployment after their honorable discharge from the armed forces of the United States. (5) To aid veterans requiring medical care in securing hospitalization provided by a Federal or State medical or care facility. (6) To aid in the rehabilitation of injured, wounded or compensable veterans in educational institutions or vocational training institutions for which they may be eligible by law. (7) To cooperate with and advise the Department of Education with respect to vocational training programs for veterans, particularly programs suited to casualties. (8) To administer relief provided by the Commonwealth for veterans and their dependents. (9) To administer the distribution under the direction of the Adjutant General of any compensation to veterans or their dependents that has been or may be granted by the Commonwealth. (10) To investigate the work of other State agencies in administering laws affecting veterans and their dependents. (11) To investigate, compile and maintain complete and accurate data concerning veterans of the armed forces of the United States and all State and municipal activities related thereto. (12) To compile from the records transmitted from the various counties of this Commonwealth a record of the burial places in this Commonwealth of deceased veterans, including such information as the Deputy Adjutant General for Veterans' Affairs or his designee deems necessary and appropriate. (13) To disseminate information concerning Pennsylvania's veterans and Pennsylvania's veterans' programs to veterans' organizations, to the public press and other media and to the general public. (14) To biannually submit, through the Adjutant General, to the Governor a report of State activities on behalf of veterans. (15) To serve as a clearinghouse for all problems or issues related to Pennsylvania's veterans and their dependents. (16) To serve as Executive Secretary of the State Veterans' Commission. Cross References. Section 1712 is referred to in section 1711 of this title.

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