Submit an online resource for consideration
on USVCP. Examples of resources are Web sites, online veteran support groups, etc. (All resources are first reviewed by our
Resource Editor for appropriateness.)
article for publication on our site.
Are you an
expert in your area of compensation, benefits or pension for veterans and would like to contribute to USVCP blog’s (or
start your own)?
Submit a book or product for our review. Please send a review copy to the address
U.S. Veteran Compensation Programs
P.O. Box 420128
Houston, TX 77242-0128
Thank you for your interest in submitting an article for publication on USVCP.
Articles for publication consideration on USVCP must be written for the benefit of U.S. veterans. We are generally
looking for articles about compensation, pension, and benefits. We prefer articles that help explain a topic or educate veterans over pure opinion or op/ed pieces.
All article submissions are reviewed within 4 weeks' time and may be edited for clarity, grammar and
length before being published. By submitting an article to us, you grant USVCP certain rights (see below). At your discretion, we will publish a biographical paragraph
at the end of any piece you submit that may link back to your e-mail address or book.
paste your article submissions into the form below.
Also, feel free to write us if you have an interest in writing more regularly for the site as a contributor
or blogger. We are always interested in giving a voice to new writers and people who have insightful opinions in the world
of veteran benefits and compensation.
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adapt, publish, translate and distribute such material (in whole or in part) worldwide and/or to incorporate it in other works
in any form, media or technology now known or hereafter developed for the full term of any copyright that may exist in such
material. Authors may retain their original copyrights if they so desire. USVCP has the option, but not the obligation, to
publish any material it receives.