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NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS AND DEATHS IN SERVICE DURING ALL

WARS, THE KOREAN CONFLICT PERIOD, AND THE VIETNAM ERA; NUMBER OF LIVING VETERANS, AND VETERANS AND DEPENDENTS ON COMPENSATION AND PENSION ROLLS, JULY 1, 1992

1946................

American Revolution (1775–1784) Children

33 Participants.....

290,000

Spanish-American War (1898–1902) Deaths in service......

4,000 Last veteran died Apr. 5, 1869... Age 109

Participants .......

392,000

Deaths in service...... Last dependent died Apr. 25,

11,000 1911....

Age 90

Veterans and Dependents on War of 1812 (1812-1815)

Compensation and Pension Rolls Participants.....

287,000
Surviving spouses.......

2,022 Deaths in service...... 2,000 Children

541 Last veteran died May 13,

World War I (1917-1918)
1905....

Age 105
Participants......

4,744,000 Last dependent died Mar. 12,

Age 89
Deaths in service........

116,000 Living veterans....

34,000 Indian Wars (Approx. 1817–1898) Participants.......

106,000

Veterans and Dependents on Deaths in service......

1,000

Compensation and Pension Rolls Last veteran died June 18,

Parents......

9 1973....

Age 101
Surviving spouses...

134,233 Children.

9,904 Veterans and Dependents on

Veterans..

10,109 Compensation and Pension Rolls Surviving spouses....

8 World War I (Sept. 16, 1940-July 25, Children......

2

1947) Merican War (1846–1848)

Participants.....

• 16,535,000

Deaths in service.. Participants..... 79,000

406,000 Deaths in service......

13,000
Living veterans....

bc8,500,000 Last veteran died Sept. 3, 1929.... Age 98 Veterans and Dependents on Last dependent died Nov. 1,

Compensation and Pension Rolls 1962.....

Age 94
Parents.............

12,090 Civil War (1861–1865)

Surviving spouses......

370,459 Children (Confederate)

26,147

Veterans... Participants ........ *1,000,000

...... 1,169,901 Deaths in service......

*133,821 Korean Conflict (June 27, 1950-Jan. Last Confederate veteran died

31, 1955)
Mar. 16, 1958................... Age 112
Age 112 Participants ....

106,807,000
(Union)
Deaths in service.........

55,000 Participants .......

2,213,000
Living veterans

bce 4,782,000 Deaths in service.......................

364,000 Veterans and Dependents on Last Union veteran died Aug. 2,

Compensation and Pension Rolls 1956.....

Age 109
Parents.....

5,916 Veterans and Dependents on Surviving spouses....

74,180 Compensation and Pension Rolls

7,517 Surviving spouses....

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Children ..........

3 Veterans..

301,099

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NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS AND DEATHS IN SERVICE DURING ALL

WARS, THE KOREAN CONFLICT PERIOD, AND THE VIETNAM ERA;
NUMBER OF LIVING VETERANS, AND VETERANS AND DEPENDENTS
ON COMPENSATION AND PENSION ROLLS, JULY 1, 1992 Continued

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•Authoritative statistics for Confederate forces not available. Estimated 28,000 Confederate personnel died in Union prisons

** Persons who served in more than one war period are counted as participants only once.
• Includes 1,476,000 who served in both World War II and the Korean condict.
Includes 242,000 who served in World War II, the Korean conflict, and the Vietnam ora.
• Includes 581,000 who served in both World War II and the Korean conflict.
•887,000 served in the Korean conflict and the Vietnam era.
• Includes 318,000 who served in both the Korean conflict and the Vietnam era.
'Includes 111,000 who served in both the Vietnam and Persian Gulf era

• Includes 490,238 peacetime veterans with service between war periods and 12 World War I Retired Emergency Officers and 2 Peacetime ecial Acts.

Includes 14,752 children of deceased peacetime veterana
"Includes 5,336 parents of deceased peacetime veterana
"Includes 42,614 surviving spouses of deceased peacetime veterana
*As of mid-Pebruary 1991, active duty, including called-up reservists and National Guard.
'Active duty deaths during the August 2, 1990-June 30, 1992 period.

NOTE: Figures on the number of living veterans rellect final 1990 Census data and include only veterans living in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. May not add to total shown due to rounding.

TITLE 38— CONVERSION TABLES

The President signed three laws which made technical amendments to title 38, United States Code. Many of these amendments were necessitated by the VA's elevation to Cabinet-level' status, however, they also renumber many well-known sections which are cited throughout VA manuals, circulars, and directives.

Although the law provides that old citations will continue to be legally valid, the citations should be updated whenever a publication is revised. Further, until the new citations have been thoroughly implemented, it is recommended, in the interest of avoiding confusion, that both the new and the old citations should be given, e.g., “38 U.S.C. $7801 (formerly 84201)."

Table I is a conversion table representing the changes to the title 38 section numbers which have been made with the enactment of Public Law Nos. 102-40, 102–83, and 102–568. The new section numbers are shown on the left side and the former numbers are on the right side of the table. The section numbers in chapter 1 were not changed by these laws and are not referred to in these tables.

Table II shows in numerical order the former title 38 section numbers and where they can be found in the new title 38.

TABLE I-SOURCE OF NEW TITLE 38 SECTIONS

New Title 38
Sections

Forme Title 38
Sections a DVA Act

New Title 38
Sections

Former Title 38
Sections or DVA Act

PART IGENERAL PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 3DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

302.

3010)

.............. 2 of DVA Ad 301(6)..

.201 301(c).. ...................................................New

202 303. ...................2 of DVA Act; 21076X1)

.3(a) of DVA Act; 210(d) 305.

..3(6) of DVA Act 306.

.3(c) of DVA Aa 301

..3(d) of DVA Act 308(a).

.4(a) of DVA Act 308(6).

476) of DVA Act

304............

308(c) 308(d). 309. 310. 311. 312.. 313.. 314. 315. 316..

.4(e) of DVA AC

..s of DVA Aa .4(c) of DVA Act .4(d) of DVA AC ....8 of DVA Aa .... 9 of DVA Aa

..... 203 .230(a) .23076) .230(c)

CHAPTER 6AUTHORITY AND DUTIES OF THE SECRETARY

501(a). 501(b). 501(c).

210(cX1) ...210(cX1)

..223(a)

501(d).
502.
503(a)

23(6)

.223(c) .210(c)(2)

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CHAPTER 9 SECURITY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT ON PROPERTY UNDER THE

JURISDICTION OF THE DEPARTMENT

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PART II-GENERAL BENEFITS
CHAPTER 11-COMPENSATION FOR SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITY OR DEATH

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CHAPTER 13—DEPENDENCY AND INDEMNITY COMPENSATION POR SERVICE

CONNECTED DEATHS

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1301 1302. 1304. 1310. 1311 1312. 1313 1314

1315.. 1316.. 1317 1318. 1321 1322 1323

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New Title 38
Sections

Former Title 38
Sections a DVA Act

New Title 38
Sections

Formar Title 38 Sections or DVA Act

CHAPTER 15 PENSION FOR NON-SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITY OR DEATH OR POR

SERVICE

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CHAPTER 17—HOSPITAL, NURSING HOME, DOMICILIARY, AND MEDICAL CARE

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