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VA Hospitals: Patients Discharged, Type of Patient, Age, Length of Stay
VA Domiciliaries, VA Nursing Home Care Units, and Community Nursing
Outpatient Medical Care: Purpose of Visit, Staff, Fee
Disability: Class of Dependent, Period of Service
Disability: Total, Period of Service, Type of Major Disability
Persons in Training During Fiscal Year by Program, Period of Service
Guaranteed or Insured Loans, Direct Loans, Property Management
Appropriations and Other Receipts versus Expenditures, Cumulative through June 30,
196 198 199 200 201 202 218
70 71 72 73 74 75 76
VA Gross Expenditures-Fiscal Years 1967-1976
NOTE: These estimates have been developed from "bench mark" veteran population statistics for the states as of June 30, 1970, based on 1970 Census of Population data on veterans' place of residence, extended to June 30, 1976 on the basis of (1) 1965-1970 veteran interstate migration statistics from the 1970 Census; (2) Bureau of the Census provisional estimates of 1970-1971 net civilian migration of the states: "Current Population Report, " Series P-25, No. 468 October 5, 1971; and (3) mobility of the United States Population 1970-1971, "Current Population Reports, " Series P-20, No. 235, April 1972. They are
independent of, and therefore not directly comparable with, estimates for June 30, 1970 through June 30, 1974, previously published. Excluded are an estimated 194 (thousand) who served only between World War I and World II, and 251 (thousand) who served only between World War II and the Korean Conflict.
See footnotes at end of table 3.
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veteran population estimates as of June 30, 1970 based on the U.S. Census of Population 1970. Refer to general note below table 1.
NOTE: For alle regional offices whose jursidiction includes only part of a state or extends into another state, the estimates of veterans are computed by applying the most recent veteran population ratio factors for the counties or uban places involved. These factors were developed from county