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Jash

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  1. Thanks Broncovet and Berta. I made a pdf of the info I had and gave a copy to the VA. I have not yet received any awards yet; I have no idea what to expect. By 1997 I had developed panic attacks related to when I was assaulted. I went to a VA down South and told them what happened to me. At the appointment i was warned by a VA employee never to come back about it or I would lose whatever benefits including potential ones. After that, I did not return to the VA until just recently. Interesting, I saw on a condition list Panic disorder. I will never forget was that appointment. Thanks- I went to the Archive website and have previously requested from those recommend locations. No one can my records. Do you know of anyone else whose records are lost?
  2. Hi, I’m new to this forum and new to the VA system. Before I submitted a claim to the Hartford RO late last year, I submitted several requests thru NMPC, the Archives etc for a copy of my Service Record (Navy) and health record from when I was AD in the 80s. They couldn’t find them. I wanted to use information it contained regarding an MST including the kit that was done. I went to the VA and submitted a claim; VA requested the same records - they got nothing either. I have copies of some things like old orders, my evals and other things I had kept (I don’t know why I Did ) related to when I was attacked. I submitted them to the VA to back up my claim. I went to a C&P and it appears that the examiner thought What I submitted was ok because they said I have severe PTSD and it was more likely than not related to MST. I’m disheartened my records are missing because I know it contained absolute proof. Is there anyone else whose Service and Health Records are missing? What do you do? What does the VA do? Where does this leave me? What does this severe PTSD really mean? Any thoughts are appreciated Thanks
  3. Hi, I’m new to this forum and new to the VA system. Before I submitted a claim to the Hartford RO late last year, I submitted several requests thru NMPC, the Archives etc for a copy of my Service Record (Navy) and health record from when I was AD in the 80s. They couldn’t find them. I wanted to use information it contained regarding an MST including the kit that was done. I went to the VA and submitted a claim; VA requested the same records - they got nothing either. I have copies of some things like old orders, my evals and other things I had kept (I don’t know why I Did ) related to when I was attacked. I submitted them to the VA to back up my claim. I went to a C&P and it appears that the examiner thought What I submitted was ok because they said I have severe PTSD and it was more likely than not related to MST. I’m disheartened my records are missing because I know it contained absolute proof. Is there anyone else whose Service and Health Records are missing? What do you do? What does the VA do? Where does this leave me? What does this severe PTSD really mean? Any thoughts are appreciated Thanks
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