State / Territory Benefits - North Carolina
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Summary: The State of North Carolina offers special benefits for its military Service members and Veterans including property tax exemptions, state employment preferences, education and tuition assistance, vehicle tags, as well as hunting and fishing license privileges. Eligibility for some benefits may depend on residency, military component, and Veteran disability status.
State Benefit Highlights and Eligibility
State Tax Advantage: None
Retired Military Pay: If an individual had five years of creditable service as of August 12, 1989, all military retired pay is exempt from taxes. Otherwise, a deduction of up to $4,000.00 is allowed for military pay or survivor's benefits.
Military Disability Retired Pay: Retirees who entered the military before September 24, 1975, and members receiving disability retirements based on combat injuries or who could receive disability payments from the VA are covered by laws giving disability broad exemption from federal income tax. Most military retired pay based on service-related disabilities also is free from federal income tax, but there is no guarantee of total protection.
VA Disability Dependency and Indemnity Compensation: Not subject to federal or state taxes.
Military SBP/SSBP/RCSBP/RSFPP: Generally subject to state taxes for those states with income tax. Check with state department of revenue office.
National Guard Retired Pay: North Carolina Air Guard retirees pay no state income taxes on their military retirement pay.
Exempt Pensions for the members of the North Carolina National Guard: Every member and former member of the North Carolina National Guard who meets the requirements and receives, commencing at age 60, a pension from the state of North Carolina of ninety-five dollars ($95.00) per month for 20 years' creditable military service with an additional nine dollars fifty cents ($9.50) per month for each additional year of such service.
Cancellation of Certain Assessments and Abatement of Income Tax: Any assessment of income tax due prior to the time a person was inducted into the Armed Forces will be canceled and abated if the Service member was killed while a member of the Armed Forces or is receiving service-connected disability compensation. No interest is payable on refunds made under this section of the law.
Allowances for Service Members: Subsistence and quarters allowances, uniform and equipment allowances, and mustering-out payments are not taxable to the Service member as income. Mileage and per diem allowances for official travel and transportation are excludable from the Service member's income except to the extent that they exceed the travel and transportation expenses.
Deductions for Service Members: Income tax deduction may be claimed for insignia, swords, aiguillettes, epaulets, campaign bars, cap devices, chinstraps, and the cost of altering uniforms necessitated by change in rank.
Disability Payments: All disability payments to Veterans by reason of service in the Armed Forces are not reportable as income for income taxation purposes.
Education and Training Allowances: U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs payments made to Veterans enrolled in schools and training establishments under the GI Bill are exempt from income taxation.
Grants for Motor Vehicles: Grants by the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs for motor vehicles for Veterans who lost their sight or the use of their limbs are exempt from income taxation.
Grants for Specially Adapted Housing: Grants by the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs to seriously disabled Veterans for homes designed for wheelchair livings are exempt from income taxation.
Gratuity Pay, Six-Months: The six-month gratuity pay to a beneficiary of a deceased Service member is exempt from income taxation.
Insurance Dividends, Government Insurance: Dividends and all other proceeds except interest on dividends from G. I. insurance policies are exempt from income taxation.
Real Property Tax: This program excludes up to the first $45,000 of the appraised value of the permanent residence of an honorably discharged Veteran who has a total and permanent disability that is service-connected or who receives benefits for specially adapted housing under 38 U.S.C. 2101. There is no age or income limitation for this program. This benefit is also available to the unmarried surviving Spouse of an honorably discharged disabled Veteran. See G.S. 105-277.1C for the full text of the statute. Contact your local County Tax Office for applications.
Certain Vehicles: A motor vehicle owned by a disabled Veteran that is altered with special equipment to accommodate a service-connected disability. As used in this section, disabled Veteran means a person as defined in 38 U.S.C. § 101(2) who is entitled to special automotive equipment for a service-connected disability.
In-State Tuition for Non-Resident Service Members: Any member of the Armed Services qualifying for admission to an institution of higher education, but not qualifying as a resident for tuition purposes shall be charged the in-state tuition rate for enrollments while a member of Armed Services in the state. A dependent who shares the abode of a member of the armed services who is in North Carolina on active duty also qualifies for in-state tuition.
Scholarships for Children of Disabled, MIA/POW or KIA Veterans: In appreciation for the service and sacrifices of North Carolina's war Veterans, a four-year scholarship program at approved schools in North Carolina has been established for the qualifying natural or adopted (before age 15) children of certain class categories of deceased, disabled, combat or POW/MIA Veterans. Please click Approved Schools to see a list.
To qualify, the applicant must:
At time of application, applicant must be under age 25, domiciled, and resident of North Carolina.
- Veteran parent was a legal resident of North Carolina at time of said Veteran's entrance into that period of service in the armed forces during which eligibility is established. OR
The applicant, of an eligible Veteran, is the natural child or adopted child prior to age 15, who was born in North Carolina and has been a resident of North Carolina continuously since birth.
For additional information refer to the classes chart giving a synopsis of the scholarships offered and NC General Statute Chapter 165, Article 4. For details and to see if the North Carolina school you have chosen is approved, consult a local Veteran Service Officer (VSO) or write to the Assistant Secretary for Veterans Affairs, North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs, 1315 Mail Service Center, Albemarle Building, Suite 1065, Raleigh, NC 27699-1315.
Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children: It is the purpose of this compact to remove barriers to educational success imposed on children of military Families because of frequent moves and deployment of their parents by:
Facilitating the timely enrollment of children of military Families and ensuring that they are not placed at a disadvantage due to difficulty in the transfer of educational records from the previous school district or variations in entrance or age requirements.
Facilitating the student placement process through which children of military Families are not disadvantaged by variations in attendance requirements, scheduling, sequencing, grading, course content or assessment. Facilitating the qualification and eligibility for enrollment, educational programs, and participation in extracurricular academic, athletic and social activities.
Facilitating the on-time graduation of children of military Families.
Providing for the promulgation and enforcement of administrative rules implementing the provisions of this compact.
Providing for the uniform collection and sharing of information between and among member states, schools and military Families under this compact.
Promoting coordination between this compact and other compacts affecting military children.
Promoting flexibility and cooperation between the educational system, parents and the student in order to achieve educational success for the student.
Primary Point of Contact:
Michael C. Boose, North Carolina MIC3 Commissioner
Address: 214 Dick St, Fayetteville, NC 28301
Employment Assistance: 15 days military leave for the Federal fiscal year.
Eligibility: National Guard and Army Reserve members
Pensions for the members of the North Carolina National Guard: Every member and former member of the North Carolina National Guard who meets the requirements of this section shall receive, commencing at age 60, a tax exempt pension of ninety-five dollars ($95.00) per month for 20 years' creditable military service with an additional nine dollars fifty cents ($9.50) per month for each additional year of such service; provided, however, that the total pension shall not exceed one hundred ninety dollars ($190.00) per month. The requirements for a pension are that each member shall:
Have served and qualified for at least 20 years' creditable military service, including National Guard, reserve and active duty, under the same requirement specified for entitlement to retired pay for nonregular service under Chapter 67, Title 10, United States Code.
Have at least 15 years of the aforementioned service as a member of the North Carolina National Guard.
Have received an honorable discharge from the North Carolina National Guard.
Eligibility: North Carolina National Guard Service member.
Employment Preference: Preference in State Government employment is granted to Veterans, their surviving Spouses, or the Spouses of disabled Veterans, without regard to age, provided they are otherwise qualified. Military leave with reemployment rights is also granted State employees. The Employment Service Division of the Employment Security Commission assists in endeavoring to secure suitable employment for disabled Veterans. Any person desiring information and assistance with matters related to employment and job placement should contact the nearest local employment office of the Employment Security Commission. Veterans Employment Representatives are available to render specialized service for Veterans.
Unemployment Compensation: North Carolina's Department of Commerce Division of Employment Security administers the Unemployment Insurance, providing temporary assistance to unemployed North Carolina workers.
The unemployment insurance program in North Carolina is part of a national system designed to provide temporary economic benefits to eligible workers. Eligible workers are individuals who (1) lost their jobs through no fault of their own, (2) worked during a specified time period and received a minimum amount of wages during that time period, (3) are able and available for work, and (4) are actively seeking new employment. All benefits and administrative costs of the unemployment insurance program are paid by employers through State Unemployment Tax Act (SUTA) and the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) payments. No money is withheld from workers' checks to pay for unemployment benefits.
Eligibility: Potentially eligible claimants must have become unemployed through no fault of their own. All claimants, except those who are still attached to an employer's payroll, must (a) register for work with the Division of Employment Security; (b) file a claim for each calendar week of benefits they request, and (c) actively seek work during any week for which unemployment benefits are claimed. Actively seeking work means doing those things that an unemployed person who wants to work would normally do. Unless otherwise instructed, a claimant must seek work in person on two different days with at least two different employers and must keep a written record of all work search contacts for periodic review by Commission staff.
Claims may be filed online here.
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The North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (NCDMV) makes available to Veterans 16 specialized license plates listed below:
Bronze Star Recipient Plate: Issuable to a recipient of the Bronze Star. The plate shall bear the emblem of the Bronze Star and the words "Bronze Star".
Combat Veterans Plate: Issuable to a Veteran of the armed forces who served in a combat zone, or in waters adjacent to a combat zone, during a period of war and who was separated from the armed forces under honorable conditions. The Division may not issue the plate authorized by this subdivision unless it receives at least 300 applications for the plate. A "period of war" is any of the following:
World War II, which began December 7, 1941, and ended December 31, 1946.
The Korean Conflict, which began June 27, 1950, and ended January 31, 1955.
The Vietnam Era, which began August 5, 1964, and ended May 7, 1975.
The Persian Gulf War.
Any other campaign, expedition, or engagement for which the United States Department of Defense authorizes a campaign badge or medal.
Disabled Veteran Plate: Issuable to a Veteran of the armed forces of the United States who suffered a 100% service-connected disability.
Distinguished Flying Cross Plate: Issuable to a recipient of the Distinguished Flying Cross. The plate shall bear the emblem of the Distinguished Flying Cross and the words "Distinguished Flying Cross".
Legion of Valor Plate: Issuable to a recipient of one of the following military decorations: the Congressional Medal of Honor, the Distinguished Service Cross, the Navy Cross, or the Air Force Cross. The plate shall bear the emblem and name of the recipient's decoration.
Military Reservist Plate: Issuable to a member of a reserve component of the armed forces of the United States. The plate shall bear the name and insignia of the appropriate reserve component. Plates shall be numbered sequentially for the members of a component with the numbers 1 through 5000 reserved for officers, without regard to rank.
Military Retiree Plate: Issuable to an individual who has retired from the armed forces of the United States. The plate shall bear the word "Retired" and the name and insignia of the branch of service from which the individual retired. The Division may not issue the plate authorized by the subdivision unless it receives at least 300 applications for the plate.
National Guard Member Plate: Issuable to an active or a retired member of the North Carolina National Guard. The plate shall bear the phrase "National Guard". A plate issued to an active member shall bear a number that reflects the seniority of the member; a plate issued to a commissioned officer shall begin with the number "1"; a plate issued to a noncommissioned officer with a rank of E7, E8, or E9 shall begin with the number "1601"; a plate issued to an enlisted member with a rank of E6 or below shall begin with the number "3001". The plate issued to a retired or separated member shall indicate the member's retired status.
Partially Disabled Veteran Plate: Issuable to a Veteran of the armed forces of the United States who suffered a service connected disability of less than 100%.
Pearl Harbor Survivor Plate: Issuable to a Veteran of the armed forces of the United States who was present at and survived the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The plate will bear the phrase "Pearl Harbor survivor" and the insignia of the Pearl Harbor survivors' Association.
Prisoner of War Plate: Issuable to the following: a. A member or Veteran member of the armed forces of the United States who has been captured and held prisoner by forces hostile to the United States while serving in the armed forces. b. The surviving Spouse of a person who had a prisoner of war plate at the time of death so long as the surviving Spouse continues to renew the plate and does not remarry.
Purple Heart Recipient Plate: Issuable to a recipient of the Purple Heart award. The plate shall bear the phrase "Purple Heart Veteran, Combat Wounded" and the letters "PH".
Silver Star Recipient Plate: Issuable to a recipient of the Silver Star. The plate shall bear the emblem of the Silver Star and the words "Silver Star".
Veterans of Foreign Wars Plate: Issuable to a member of a supporter of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The plate shall bear the words "Veterans of Foreign Wars" or "VFW" and the emblem of the VFW. The Division may not issue the plate authorized by this subdivision unless in receives at least 300 applications for the plate.
Vietnam Veteran Plate: Issuable to a Veteran of the armed forces of the United States who served in Vietnam. The Division may not issue the plate authorized by this subdivision unless it receives at least 300 applications for the plate.
Fees: Upon request, the Division shall provide and issue free of charge one registration plate to a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor, a 100% disabled Veteran, or an ex-prisoner of war. All other special registration plates, including additional Congressional Medal of Honor, 100% Disabled Veterans, and Ex-Prisoner of War plates, are subject to the regular motor vehicle registration fees, plus an additional fee in the following amount:
Active Member of the National Guard
100% Disabled Veteran
Ex-Prisoner of War
Legion of Valor
Purple Heart Recipient
Silver Star Recipient
All Other Special Plates
Driver's License: In general, State law allows a military driver's license expiration procedure within the Division of Motor Vehicles to renew upon request to North Carolina residents on active duty, to their Spouses and dependent children.
Handicapped Parking Privileges: Disabled Veterans issued a registration plate are entitled to park in spaces designated for the handicapped and unlimited parking time in most parking zones having time restrictions.
Medical Benefits: Medical expenses are paid while on State duty, field training or in drill status.
Eligibility: North Carolina National Guard member. Guard members and their Families who are not eligible for group medical coverage can participate in the same medical plan along with teachers and other North Carolina state employees.
Injury/Death Benefits: Provided for while on State Active Duty and benefits are the same as federal benefits.
Eligibility: North Carolina National Guard Service member.
Group Insurance: Coverage for group life insurance is provided in various amounts.
Eligibility: North Carolina National Guard Service member.
Worker's Compensation: National Guard members are covered for injuries through Worker's Compensation.
Eligibility: North Carolina National Guard Service member.
Disabled Veteran Hunting and Inland Fishing (Basic): Statewide basic hunting and inland fishing for 50% or more disabled Veterans for a $10 fee. It includes fishing in Public Mountain Trout Waters, fishing in trout waters on game lands, and fishing in joint waters. It does not include fishing in coastal waters. Application
Disabled Veteran Sportsman: Statewide hunting and inland fishing for 50% or more disabled of Veterans for a $100 fee. Includes hunting for big game, hunting on game lands, hunting for waterfowl (does not include federal duck stamp), fishing in Public Mountain Trout Waters, fishing in trout waters on game lands, and fishing in joint waters. It does not include fishing in coastal waters. Application
Hunting and Fishing Privileges: Members of the U.S. Armed Forces stationed in North Carolina, their Spouses and their dependents under age 18 residing with them, are deemed residents of North Carolina for the purpose of purchasing licenses issued by the Wildlife Resources Commission.
Guardians: State law provides for the appointment and supervision of guardians for incompetent Veterans, incompetent dependents of Veterans, and minor dependents of members of the armed forces or Veterans in certain circumstances, to manage U.S. funds payable to such persons.
Discharge Records: The Register of Deeds of any North Carolina county is required to record, free of charge, all official discharges from the armed forces offered for registration. Free certified copies of discharges so recorded may be obtained by members or former members of the armed forces and by representatives of the N. C. Division of Veterans Affairs (NCDVA) upon application.
Certified Copy of Public Record: A certified copy of any public record required by the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs (USDVA) or the NCDVA for use in determining the eligibility of any person to participate in benefits made available by the USDVA shall be provided without charge by the official responsible for the custody of the public record. The document shall be issued to the applicant for such benefits or any person acting on his or her behalf or the representative of the USDVA or the NCDVA.
Retirement Credit, Military Service, State and Participating Local Government Employees: Under certain conditions and subject to the confines of State law, credit for both State and local government retirement plans can be granted for military service performed by an eligible employee. Further inquiry should be made to Employee's Retirement and Health Benefits Division, NC Department of the Treasurer.
Absentee Registration and Voting: Persons who are in the Armed Forces, their Spouses, Veterans in government hospitals, etc., who are otherwise qualified to vote may register and vote by mail in primaries and general elections, subject to the procedural details set forth in the law.
Disabled Voters, Primary, or General Elections:
Assistance in Voting: A voter who, on account of physical disability, blindness, or illiteracy is entitled to assistance as prescribed in the law, in getting to and from the voting booth and in marking their ballots.
Voting Outside the Voting Enclosure: Voters who are able to travel to the voting place, but because of age, physical disability, or physical barriers encountered at the voting place are unable to enter without physical assistance, may vote from their vehicles or in the immediate proximity of the voting place, subject to certain procedures prescribed by law.
North Carolina National Guard Soldiers and Airmen Assistance Fund: This fund provides emergency aid to our Guard Families in financial crisis.
North Carolina State Veterans Nursing Homes: The State of North Carolina is proud to offer four full-service, skilled nursing facilities for Veterans. They are located adjacent to the VA Medical Center in Fayetteville, on the W.G. Hefner Medical Center campus in Salisbury, Kinston, and at Black Mountain. Our Primary mission is to provide high quality nursing care to Veterans, which will improve their quality of life. At the North Carolina State Veterans Nursing Homes, we know how to meet the special needs of Veterans. Dedicated to excellence, our highly skilled professional staff provides exceptional care and activities to enrich individuals.
Each facility provides:
Comfort and security, encourages independence, meets individual needs, and emphasizes personal choice.
Comfortable, spacious accommodations in an attractive environment.
Care provided by registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and certified nursing assistants under the direction of licensed physicians.
Registered dietician on staff.
Experienced social workers assist Veterans and Families.
Veterans Service Officer to assist Veterans and Families in applying for VA Benefits.
Licensed by the State of North Carolina and Medicare/Medicaid. Accepts commercial insurance and private pay approved.
Complete team of therapists provides physical, occupational, and speech therapy within the facility.
Specially designed therapeutic recreational programs directed by activity personnel.
Full range of in-house activities, community outings, and programs involving local volunteer groups.
Special programs throughout the year honoring Veterans.
Hospital care provided by either the VA Medical Centers or local hospitals.
Eligibility: All qualified North Carolina Veterans. The rate of payment is based on the actual cost of care and the individual's ability to pay using available resources.
To be eligible, a Veteran must:
Have served in the armed forces for other than training purposes.
Have been discharged under honorable conditions from the United States Armed Forces.
Have resided in the State of North Carolina 24 months prior to be date of application.
Be referred by a licensed physician and be in need of skilled nursing care.
Be disabled by reason of age, disease, or other reasons determined through a physical exam. Our facilities must be able to meet the need of the Veteran.
North Carolina State Veterans Cemetery Program: A free burial plot is provided at a North Carolina State Veterans Cemetery for eligible North Carolina Veterans and their legal Spouse (and dependents under certain conditions). Veterans must be discharged under honorable conditions and meet certain residency requirements.
There is no charge for the gravesite or necessary interment services for a qualified Veteran. There is however, a burial fee for an eligible Spouse or Family member.
Only government furnished headstones will be authorized for use in the state Veteran's cemeteries. There is no charge for installing the headstones. Government headstones are ordered from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs after consulting with the surviving Family members.
Graveside services are not permitted. Committal services will be held in the chapel or at a committal shelter on the cemetery grounds. Family members may return to the gravesite after the burial of the casket or urn is complete and the area is cleared of all equipment and materials.
Three state Veterans' cemeteries are in operation. The three cemeteries are: Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery located in Black Mountain (Buncombe County), Coastal Carolina State Veterans Cemetery located in Jacksonville (Onslow County), and Sandhills State Veterans Cemetery located in Spring Lake (Cumberland County). For details, consult a cemetery superintendent.
A Qualified Veteran:
Any former member of the U. S. Armed Forces whose service on active duty, other than for training, was terminated under honorable conditions.
A Veteran who is entitled to retired pay for non-regular service (i.e. service in the Reserve Components or Army or Air National Guard) or a Veteran who would have been entitled to retired pay for non-regular service, but for the fact that the person was under 60 years of age.
North Carolina Resident
Only those Veterans who are legal residents of North Carolina (1) at the time of death (2) for a period of at least 10 years, or (3) at the time the Veteran entered the Armed Forces of the United States--are eligible for interment.
The Spouse, widow, or widower of a qualified Veteran or a minor child who is unmarried and dependent on the qualified Veteran at the time of death. For purposes of definition, a "minor child" includes a child under 21 years of age or under 23 years of age if pursuing a course of instruction at an educational institution approved by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. In addition, an unmarried adult child of a qualified Veteran who became permanently incapable of self-support because of a physical or mental disability before attaining the age of 18 years is also eligible.
Proof of Eligibility: Documentary evidence is required to provide proof and substantiate military service, residence, marriage and children as well as dependency disability. It is the responsibility of the Veteran, his survivors, or legal representative to furnish any evidence necessary to establish the eligibility of the Veteran or the Family member before interment in a North Carolina State Veterans Cemetery can be approved and accomplished.
Proof of Military Service: The primary document used to verify honorable military service is the DD Form 214. The DD Form 214 is more commonly called a discharge or "Report of Separation from Active Duty". Other forms of proof may be acceptable pending verification. Veterans who are unable to locate their DD Form 214 should contact the local Veteran's office or the nearest state Veterans service office for assistance in obtaining a replacement copy.
North Carolina Residency: Verification of residence at time of entry into military service is documented on the DD Form 214. North Carolina tax records, voter registration, personal income tax or property tax, employment or educational records, official records from U. S. government, state, or municipal agencies can verify residence at time of death and 10-year residency.
Dependents: The primary source for verification of a Spouse is a marriage certificate. Dependent children may be verified by a birth certificate or other legal documents, such as, adoption papers.
Proof of Disability of an Adult Dependent: A letter is required from the dependent's physician certifying the dependent became permanently incapable of self-support because of a physical or mental disability before attaining the age of 18 years. Medical records and other documents will be considered only as supporting or corroborating documents.
Military Installations and Veterans Affairs Facilities in North Carolina
Fort Bragg, NC
North Carolina Army National Guard
North Carolina Air National Guard, 145th Airlift Wing
United States Army Reserve (USAR)
Regional Support Command (RSC) Headquarters, 81st RSC
Veterans Health Administration
VA Medical Centers
Asheville: Asheville- Charles George VA Medical Center, 1100 Tunnel Rd, 828-298-7911
Durham: Durham VA Medical Center, 508 Fulton St, 919-286-0411 / 888-878-6890
Fayetteville: Fayetteville VA Medical Center, 2300 Ramsey St, 910-488-2120 / 800-771-6106
Salisbury: Salisbury - W.G. (Bill) Hefner VA Medical Center, 1601 Brenner Ave, 704-638-9000 / 800-469-8262
Fayetteville: Fayetteville Dialysis Clinic, 2301 Robeson St, 910-483-9727
Fayetteville: Village Green Annex, 1991 Fordham Dr
Hickory: Hickory CBOC, 2440 Century Place SE, 828-431-5600
Raleigh: Blind Rehabilitation Outpatient Clinic, 8081 Arco Corporate Dr, 919-286-5235 / Fax: 919-286-5222
Raleigh: Brier Creek Dialysis Clinic, 8081 Arco Corporate Dr, Suite 130, 919-286-5220
Supply: Brunswick County, 20 Medical Campus Dr, Suite 106, 910-754-6141 / Fax: 910-754-2570
Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC)
Charlotte: Charlotte CBOC, 8601 University East Dr, 704-597-3500
Durham: Durham Clinic, 1824 Hillandale Rd, 919-383-6107 / Fax; 919-383-6128
Durham: Hillandale Road Outpatient Clinics 1 & II, 1824 Hillandale Rd, 919-383-6107 / Fax; 919-383-6128
Elizabeth City: Albemarle Primary OPC, 1845 W City Dr, 252-331-2191
Franklin: Franklin CBOC, 647 Wayah St, 828-369-1781
Goldsboro: Goldsboro Community Based Outpatient Clinic, 2610 Hospital Rd, 919-731-4809
Greenville: Greenville CBOC, 800 Moye Blvd, 252-830-2149
Hamlet: Hamlet CBOC, 100 Jefferson St, 910-582-3536
Midway Park: Jacksonville CBOC, 241 Freedom Way, Suite 1, 910-353-6406
Morehead City: Morehead City CBOC, 5420 Highway 70, 252-240-2349
Pembroke: Robeson County CBOC, 139 Three Hunts Dr, 910-272-3220
Raleigh: Raleigh CBOC, 3305 Sungate Blvd, 919-212-0129
Raleigh: Raleigh II CBOC, 3040 Hammond Business Pl, Suite 105, 919-899-6259 / Fax: 919-838-9074
Rutherfordton: Rutherford County CBOC, 374 Charlotte Rd, 828-288-2780 / Fax: 828-288-7266
Wilmington: Wilmington HCC, 1705 Gardner Rd, 910-343-5300
Winston-Salem: Winston-Salem CBOC, 2101 Peters Creek Pkwy, Market Place Mall (ANNEX), Suite 20, 336-761-5300
Charlotte: Charlotte Vet Center, 2114 Ben Craig Dr, Suite 300, 704-549-8025 / Fax: 704-549-8261
Fayetteville: Fayetteville Vet Center, 4140 Ramsey St, Suite 110, 910-488-6252 / 910-488-5589
Greensboro: Greensboro Vet Center, 3515 W Market St, Suite 120, 336-333-5366 / Fax: 336-333-5046
Greenville: Greenville, NC Vet Center, 1021 W.H. Smith Blvd, Suite A 100, 252-355-7920 / Fax: 252-756-7045
Jacksonville: Jacksonville Vet Center, 110A Branchwood Dr, 910-577-1100 / Fax: 910-577-1116
Raleigh: Raleigh Vet Center, 1649 Old Louisburg Rd, 919-856-4616 / Fax: 919-856-4617
VISN 6: VA Mid-Atlantic Health Care Network, 300 W. Morgan St, Suite 700, 919-956-5541 / Fax: 919-956-7152
Veterans Benefits Administration
Winston-Salem: Winston-Salem Regional Office, Federal Building, 251N. Main St, 800-827-1000
Camp Lejeune: Camp Lejeune
Camp Lejeune: Cherry Point MCAS
Camp Lejeune: New River MCAS
Fort Bragg: Fort Bragg
Seymour-Johnson AFB: Pope Air Force Base
Seymour-Johnson AFB: Seymour Johnson Air Force Base
National Cemetery Administration
New Bern: New Bern National Cemetery, 1711 National Ave, 252-637-2912 / Fax: 252-637-7145
Raleigh: Raleigh National Cemetery, 501 Rock Quarry Rd, 252-637-2912 / Fax: 252-637-7145
Salisbury: Salisbury National Cemetery, 501 Statesville Blvd, 704-636-2661 / Fax: 704-636-1115
Wilmington: Wilmington National Cemetery, 2011 Market St, 910-815-4877 / Fax: 252-637-7145
Document Review Date: 22 October 2013