Donald Trump is releasing a plan aimed at improving veterans' health care. The Republican presidential contender is previewing his policy paper at a campaign appearance in front of the battleship USS Wisconsin in Norfolk, Virginia. Trump says he wants all veterans eligible for care from the Department of Veterans Affairs to be able to receive treatment from any doctor or facility that accepts Medicare. He says that will help to improve wait times and care and eliminate waste. He also wants to give new incentives for companies to hire veterans and provide new assistance to help veterans adjust to civilian life. Trump has also released policy papers on immigration, the Second Amendment and tax reform. He's sometimes been criticized for failing to provide specifics on his plans.