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Gulf War Brain Damages - Va Officials Get Large Bonuses



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Gulf War Brain Damages - VA Officials get large bonuses



VA Officials get large bonuses.



Yet, nothing is said about VA claims adjusters getting cash bonuses for

denying Veterans Claims.

From what I understand from one of my contacts, the Disability Commission is

going to hear about some toxic chemical issues but will not discuss the Blue

Water Navy Issues presently under litigation.

I would like to be there just to question the testimony and just see how many

misstatements are made and the lies that are thrown around the room. I

witnessed the NAS manger just mislead everyone in the room last time I was there

and no one said Bull. I did during the break but no one wants to challenge on

the issues. Had I been there for myself you can bet I would have said more.

The sad part the commission members did not know any better. I can just

image what kind of pure unadulterated crap will be thrown around the room this

time and everyone just eating it up about how outstanding the DoD, VA, and

NAS/IOM has been and then throw in our congressman about how they have stood up for


Anyone going take some good notes or if you can - record it so we can put

some holes in it. But I doubt they will let you.


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