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Hello, I am Sam Hennon, aka The Corpsman, and I am happy to be a member here with you. Yesterday, I was Googling and found a snipit of this forum discussing the case I am fighting with VA and PVA. The posts were from August of 2009, I believe. Would you care to have a synopsis of what has happened since I filed on September 17, 2007? If so, I can give you some background, possible implications and current status of the case.

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Welcome to hadit, I would not get too personal. Giving the specifics of your claim (s) will help hadit help you if you have questions but name, and SS would not be good. We all should be here to help one another but you never know. JMHO

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