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New to the site, Sure Proud to be here with all of these fine Vets.... God Bless all.... Name is Patrick , awaiting stressor Verification for PTSD claim filed July 2008, Included all Mental Illnesses on Claim was told this is proper wording, I called 800 Number the said the had until November 25 2008 to recieve this info pertaining to claim.... Can I call the (JSRRC) and see if they have sent these documents , and can i request a copy from them for my own file at home... Thanks Again !!!!

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Absolutely- call them:

US Army and Joint Services Records Research Center

7701 Telegraph Road

Kingman Building Room 2CO8

Alexandria, VA 22315-3802

1-703-428-6801

I just received two emails from someone -I dont know how they got my email addy- and this is one reason why I dont give it out-who went into long rendition of their lost Mil records-and are now at the CAVC.

so I had the JSRRC number and address at hand for them - and just suggested they contact the JSRRC themselves with their stressor information and also attempt to get a buddy statement-in event the CAVC case is remanded-even with the records missing-a stressor can still be verified.

they apparently feel that the PTSD diagnosis supports their stressor and that is all they need-

They emailed me saying I was just a "VA puppet" telling them the same the VA did-insulting me however does not get the stressor leg work done-I did ask them to come here and join.

I commend you for making sure if the JSRRC is checking your stressor that-in fact-they really are-

without a PH or CAR the VA needs verification from JSRRC for all inservice stressors.

And they can be proven.

Only if a PTSD diagnosing shrink served with you and can give an eye witness account themselves -to the stressor same time and place by their MOS-could that prove a stressor.That probably never happens at all.

The diagnosis is only half the battle.

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Welcome aboard Patric, I had a problem with the JSRRC the only background checking they done for me was my VA records and private medical ( found it in a memo in my c-file) they really threw the ball. I had submitted a letter from my commander Major Ret. to verify my stressor with dates times and the and the type of engagement we experienced and totally ignored his statement, I tried to write these people and have had no luck what so ever, zero nadda, nothing... not even a reply. Needless to say I was denied SC because of no verifiable stressor.

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Absolutely- call them:

US Army and Joint Services Records Research Center

7701 Telegraph Road

Kingman Building Room 2CO8

Alexandria, VA 22315-3802

1-703-428-6801

I just received two emails from someone -I dont know how they got my email addy- and this is one reason why I dont give it out-who went into long rendition of their lost Mil records-and are now at the CAVC.

so I had the JSRRC number and address at hand for them - and just suggested they contact the JSRRC themselves with their stressor information and also attempt to get a buddy statement-in event the CAVC case is remanded-even with the records missing-a stressor can still be verified.

they apparently feel that the PTSD diagnosis supports their stressor and that is all they need-

They emailed me saying I was just a "VA puppet" telling them the same the VA did-insulting me however does not get the stressor leg work done-I did ask them to come here and join.

I commend you for making sure if the JSRRC is checking your stressor that-in fact-they really are-

without a PH or CAR the VA needs verification from JSRRC for all inservice stressors.

And they can be proven.

Only if a PTSD diagnosing shrink served with you and can give an eye witness account themselves -to the stressor same time and place by their MOS-could that prove a stressor.That probably never happens at all.

The diagnosis is only half the battle.

Berta I have been here over a year and this is the first time I have ever seen a phone number for JSRRC..You can bet I will be calling then first thing Monday!!!

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I called the JSRRC and they gave me a fax number and you will need to provide them with the following information

1. A return Address

2. Information that you need for your PTSD Claim "Only"

3. This has to be within a 60 day time frame

4. All info can be no more then 1 page

5. Fax Number is 1-703-428-6743

Hope this helps someone.......Rich

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