The Navy announced in July 2014 that it plans to pay International Shipbreaking, a company in Texas, $3 million to rip the vessel apart. According to the Kitsap Sun, the sea service decided it would cost too much to turn it into a museum, and no other countries were interested in buying the 1,073-foot, 61,981-ton vessel.
The state of Washington provides veteran benefits. This section offers a brief description of each of the following benefits.
- Veteran Housing Benefits
- Veteran Financial Assistance Benefits
- Other State Veteran Benefits
Washington Veteran Housing Programs
Homeless Veterans Program
WDVA provides outreach services for homeless veterans in Puget Sound. These services are designed to assist homeless veterans to become employable and reintegrated back into the labor market. Services include needs assessments, enrollments in appropriate programs, shelter and transitional housing placements, employment and training support services.