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This coming Wednesday Night ,September 19th, at 6:30 EST I will be hosting the SVR radio show for Jerrel Cook.

Mr. Cook has a BVA hearing next week and will return to SVR on Sept 26th.

My guest host will be John Rossie of:

http://bluewaternavy.org/

This site hads considerable info re: the AO situation as to Blue Waters.,Korean vets exposed on the Korean DMZ, and always the latest updates on important legislation.The site contains much of the considerable work of

Susan Belanger and Taura King regarding their extensive research on AO.

We certainly are going to discuss any latest info on the Akaka bill- an utter travesty to even consider this as becoming a law-

but veterans have to get the message out to write to Akaka and state their objections to this bill.

If you have a specific Agent Orange issue question as to Nehmer or the Haas situation-or info at the Blue Water Navy site-you can call the show toll free at 1-877-213-4329 Wednesday Night or join the chat star in order to post your question there and I will get the question to John on the air.

Please tell any Blue Water AO vets who has claim pending to listen to this show-

we will try to get the latest update on the NVLSP court case on Haas and anything else that has transpired-since this defiant bill was proposed by Akaka.

SVR veterans Broadcasts and many other veterans issues Live weekly at:

http://www.stardustent.com/

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Wow Berta can't wait to hear you.

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Pete- I cant wait to hear John Rossie !!!!-

My Sec 1151 show and my conversation with Congressman Filner over my amendment to the VCAA, Edwin Crosby's shows on SPN Codes,and Mike's past shows - and many others are all available in the SVR archives at their SVR page.

As long as you have a media player you all can hear these archived shows over your PC and they are all compelling and regard many important veterans issues. Our audience is growing too.

I hope to do a show on DIC eventually-it is important for vets to know what their spouses will need for DIC and what they will have to encounter with the VA.

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I messed up last week. I tried to go into the show through the SVR tab. I didn't know that the show had changed over to the Chat Star chat. My computer got hung and was just in limbo. Jerrel, told me that the Chat Star change over will be the entry point from now on.

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Mike-thanks- this is good to know for anyone here who will listen to the show-

Gary Chenetts show was good and should be archived soon.

John Rossie might need help getting on line to the station-I sure hope he has broadband and not dial up- I will try to take him thru the steps tonight-

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