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Gentry81

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  1. @john999 I have quite a few experiences myself but I decided to narrow it down to only my experience with the start of Desert Storm and another event that I specifically witnessed. Those two events can also be backed up by historical data and news reports. @Buck52 I agree and the details of the stressor combined with my DD214 both back up my claim. The fact that I am off by a day should not make much of a difference. It is hard to tell what the VA is going to get hung up on which is why I asked for advice. Thank you both for your input.
  2. Thanks for your quick response. I was also thinking that it wouldn't matter but I thought it would be worth correcting if possible. They are known to get hung up on this type of thing for sure! Your example is clear and to the point and I was thinking about doing something like this but I wasn't sure how to word it. I do believe that they will ignore it but it's worth putting in the record anyway. Fortunately, my DBQ and Nexus letter did not have a specific date and I have no additional supporting statements referring to that date. Thanks again for your time.
  3. I have been learning a lot on the hadit forums over the past few months. I have learned quite a bit and I wish I would have found this site 10 years ago. I filed a claim about a week ago and I just realized that I made an error on the date of my stressor statement. I always remember the date I started my shift which was 17 January 1991 so that is the date I put down. I just realized that the stressful event happened later on in my shift and the date was actually 18 January 1991. Is there a way to correct this date before my claim moves farther through the process by submitting another statement with the correction?
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