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January 31, 2009

RE: 397/AMC

CC: Board of Veterans Appeals

VA File No. xxx-xx-xxxx

BVA Docket No. xx-xx xxx

First Name Last Name

Sreet Address

City, State, Zip code

Tel. Number

Department of Veterans Appeals

Appeals Management Center

1722 Eye Street NW

Washington DC 20421

First Name, Last Name, Pro Se

NOTICE OF DISAGREEMENT (NOD) (6 pages)(evidence attached)

OK, I left it on the web long enough. I work hard to keep my ID protected on the internet. ... I don't like those internet spiders that crawl the web for free information. Thanks everybody for your comments and positive vibes!! ~Wings

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Wings, it looks very good to me, clear, to the point and well written, I wish you great luck with it.

John

John, Thank you brother. It was really hard. My brain is getting old. I'm glad thatyou read it, and thought it was understandable. Adora

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Exquisite, Wings. ... My most positive thoughts are with you. You have set a model and style, that I will turn to, when preparing my NOD. Thank you for sharing.

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Wings,

Sounds Great to me. I don't believe a Lawyer could have written this

any better or as good as you did. Your tie end in in written form

is well formulated and readable and convincing.

The best to you,

Betty

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Exquisite, Wings. ... My most positive thoughts are with you. You have set a model and style, that I will turn to, when preparing my NOD. Thank you for sharing.

Bob

Thanks Bob, I've sort of been finding my own "voice" as I fight the powers that be. It's really good for my self esteem, to forge ahead in spite of my fears and PTSD. With the VA, I've been taking it one step at a timme, building on their erros, and learning from other "published" veterans LOL (hint, we vets are still public property c/o Uncle Sam). Search anything at the Court here http://search.vetapp.gov/, and read the Federal Circiut decisions (CAVC), especially the P, precedents as they are published, here http://www.cafc.uscourts.gov/dailylog.html ~Wings

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Wings,

Sounds Great to me. I don't believe a Lawyer could have written this

any better or as good as you did. Your tie end in in written form

is well formulated and readable and convincing.

The best to you,

Betty

Thank you so much dear Josephine. I just hope I can get back to the BVA at this point, and stay out of the AMC Swamp. Keeping my fingers crossed, I think I might even get to the Court with this one, and bets??? HUGS!! ~Wings

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