Most Severely Wounded Airman in History Speaks Out about “Fixing” the VA

Senior Airman Brian Kolfage is the most severely wounded airman in American history and a triple amputee who has given much to the defense of our nation.

He recently spoke out about the failures at the Department of Veterans Affairs, and we believe that every American owes Mr. Kolfage a hearing.

Here’s what he had to say on his Facebook page:


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I’m a triple amputee veteran, I’ve seen the worst that the VA can throw at people, and I’ve seen the best it has to offer. The Veterans Administration is horrible! It’s a DISASTER! I know how to fix some of the basic programs of VA to make it run smoother for wounded veterans. I’ve been deeply entrenched in the VA for over 10 years now. I’ve used all of their programs from education benefits, to regular care. I’ve had to wait months with a broken wheelchair that was missing a wheel to be fixed! That’s right a $100 part and my only mode of transportation took the VA 5 moths to get it fixed. And I’m still dealing with issues like this today!

I’ve had the VA wrongfully steal thousands of dollars from my compensation for losing my limbs, over an error that they made and I never got it back!

I WANT TO TALK WITH PRESIDENT ELECT Donald J. Trump About what he can do to fix the VA.



Please share Kolfage’s post on your social media accounts and with everyone you know. We can fix the VA, but we must do it together. 🇺🇸

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