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LarryW

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About LarryW

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  • Service Connected Disability
    60%
  • Branch of Service
    Navy
  1. I am a DAV on PDRL with 60%. I have been retired since '96 and have had med treatment (incl surgeries) for my disability at civ hospitals/doctors, but nothing at a VA Med facility. Does anyone know if I am supposed to report my treatment to the VA? Does the VA need to have copies of all my treatment/surgeries? Thanks with all respects.
  2. Greetings brothers & sisters. My name is LarryW and I am a disabled USN vet (60%, service connected but not combat related). I served in diesel submarines in '62-'65, got out then came back in after college. Served in variety of surface combatants, took a Mustang commission in '87, and was injured on duty in '96. After that, I worked for a DoD contractor in the DC area for 11 years and retired from everything in '07. I am divorced, have two great kids, one beautiful granddaughter, and live in the northern Tidewater area of Virginia (between the Potomac and Rappahannock rivers).
  3. I am a DAV on PDRL with 60%. I have been retired since '96 and have had med treatment for my disability at civ hospitals/doctors, but nothing at a VA Med facility. Does anyone know if I am supposed to report my treatment to the VA? Does the VA need to have copies of all my treatment/surgeries? Thanks. This is my first post.
  4. I've been on disability since '96 and have been to civ hospitals (instead of VA Med Centers/VA Hosp's) for treatment of the disability. Do I need to report that treatment to VA? Anybody know of the reference that states the requirement if there is one? Thanks in advance for the help.
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