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HI GUYS WHAT I AM WRITING I CAN EXPLAINE HOE I FEEL ,HERE GOES I HAVE PUT A TOPIC, ON PROBLEMS WITH INSURANCE AND MY RECORDS OF 46-49-52-56, IN EACH BRANCH OR SERVICE I HAVE A SERVICE CONNECTION FOR BOTH AIR FORCE AND NAVY, 3 TIMES OVER THE YEARS I HAVE TRIED TO GET MY RECORDS IN 71-78 I TRIED AGAIN VA STATED NO RECORDS FOUND. IN 2004, I GET THIS LETTER THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE US DEPT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS DISCLOSE YOU ARE100% PERMANANENT AND TOTAL EVALUATION FOR YOUR WARTIME SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITY,THIS IS IN ACCORDANCE WITH VA RATING SCHEDULE AND NOT SO EVALUATED BECAUSE OF HOSPITALIZATION OR SURGERY AND RECUPERATION. I WSA IN JAPAN HOSPITAL 7 MONTHS FOR PUNCHERD EAR DRUM, AND RADADITION. I WAS ON USS WASP 52-56 THE NIGHT WE SUNK THE HOPSON,I PULLED MY SHOULDER OUT OF SOCKET, THAT I HAD TO GO ON SSA IN 91,I FILED A CLAIM IN 78, VA STATES NO RECORDS FOUND. WHEN I DO GET RECORDS FROM IN 03, I FIND ALL NEEDED INFORMATION TO PROVE MY CLAIM ,INCLUDED IN RECORDS THERE IS A RADING DECISION IN 93 TO RE OPEN MY CLAM FOR AIR FORCE AND NAVY I AM SERVICE CONNECTED FOR PUNCHERED EAR DRUM I WAS IN HOSPITAL 7 MONTHS RADIATION EXPOSURE OCCUPATIONAL JAPAN,VA HAS NEVER SENT ME ONE PENNY ,I ALSO HAVE PTSD FROM WASP SINKINC HOBSON,AGAIN NO RECORDS FOUND.I HAVE BEEN FIGHTING VA SINCE 03, I HAVE A CUE PLUS NOD , I DO GET 100% FOR PTSD SINCE 04, BUT ONLY UNDER THE TERMS AS STATED,FROM VA TO MAKE MATTERS WORSE, I HAVE NO RATING OF OF CFR,ONLYIN ACCORDANCE WITH NJ SA 54 4-3-30, THAT IS FROM THE STATE STATUED WHERE I DON,T PAY PROPERY TAXES, CAN ANY ONE SHOW ME WHERE TO START? I AM THINKING FERERAL COURT WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK? ALSO I HAVE A USGI INSURANCE POLICY THAT I CAN,T FIND BECAUSE SOMEONE HAS CHANGED THE ADDRESS AND CHANGED THE POLICY TO A RH, I HAVE NEVER PSID FOR THIS POLICY, THIS POLICY WAS IN AFFECT 2 YEARS AGO HOWEVER I KNEW NOTHING ABOUT ANY THING UNTIL I GOT FILE IN 04, I MIGHT ADD A WOMAN HAD PITY ON ME, BECAUSE SHE KNEW I WAS GETTING RAW DEAL FROM VA SO SEE GETS ME ALL RECORDS AND LEAVES NOTHING OUT WITHOUT HER HELP I WOULD NEVER BE ABLE TO PROVE MY CASE,WHO EVER HAS MY INSURANCE MUST HAVE ADDED THEIR NAME ON TO IT, BECAUSE I AM NOT MARRIED IN AIR FORCE OR NAVY, HOWEVER INSURANCE IS IN MY SS NUMBER SO I WILL GET IN TOUCH WITH IRS THANK GOD FOR BRETA SHE GAVE ME A INSURANCE LINK THAT I WILL CHECK INTO THANKS AGAIN BERTA BUT I WANTED TO GET THIS OUT TO ALL YOU GUYS FIRST I HOPE NEWARK VA IS RUNNING AROUND LIKE POISON MONKEYS .

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Frank,

Are you trying to get an earlier claim date on the PTSD or reopen some older claims.

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Frank,

Are you trying to get an earlier claim date on the PTSD or reopen some older claims.

HOPPY, I WANT A EARLIER DATE, HERE IS THE PROBLEM, I AM SERVICE CONNECTED AT 1005, FOR AIR FORCE, AND 100% FOR NAVY, HOWEVER I NEVER FOUND OUT ABOUT THIS UNTIL 2003 VA ALWAYS STATED NO RECORDS FOUND, OVER THE YEARS I HAD WROTE TO VA REQUESTION FILES,VA STATE NO RECORDS FOUND, IN 2003 I DID GET THOSE RECORDS, FROM VA, HOWEVER VA DOES NOT RELIZE WHAT I HAVE. A LADY AT VA FELT SORRY FOR ME SHE NAD ME WRITE A LETTER ,TO HER ATTENTION,SHE SENT EVERYTHING ALL MY RECORDS WERE THERE, I SPENT 7 MONTHS IN HOSPITAL FOR REDATION OCCUPIED JAPAN, ALSO HAD PUNCHERED EAR DRUM,HOSPITAL RECORDS WERE SENT WITH FILE,VA HAD THEM ALL THESE YEARS. JOINED NAVY IN 52-56 HAVE 100% PTSD, FROM WASP SINKING HOBSON THERE ARE ADDITIONAL MEDICAL PROBLEMS LISTED ON NAVY SMR I WENT TO VA YESTERDAY THEY STATE THET WILL WORK IT OUT, HOW I DON.T KNOW 46-49 AND 52-56 BOTH ARE 100% VA ONLY STARTED COMPENSATION IN 2003 HOW ARE THE GOING TO WORK THIS OUT I DON,T KNOW SHOULD I GIVE UP ONE SERVICE ? OR MAKE VA PAY FOR BOTH? WHERE IS THE FAIRNESS TO ME, I WAS LISTED IN HOSPITAL 46-49 IN THE LINE OF DUTY 7 MONYHS IS A LONG TIME IN HOSPITAL. IN 52-56 WE SUNK THE HOBSON, I WATCH AS THE SHIP CUT IN TWO SINKS IN 2 MIN,TAKING 179 MEN TUO THEIR GRAVE I HEAR THE CALLS THE CALLS FOR HELP WE THROUGHT OVER 2900 LIFE BOATS LEAVING ONLY 1 FOR 3000 MEM THE WASP IS TAKING IN WATER , THERE IS A 75 FOOT CUT IN THE HULL WE HAVE TO GO BACKWARDS TO PORT,TUG BOTS BRING US IN WE ALL FELL WE WOULD SUNK THIS HELL WENT ON FOR 3 DAYS AS I LOOK BACK TO WHERE THE HOBSON SUNK YOUR EYES FILL WITH TEARS THERE IS ONL THE COLD DARK SEA, IN 1978 I FILE CLAIM FOR BOTH SERVICE PERIODS VA SENDS LETTER NO RECORDS FOUND HOW MY GOVERMENT DO THIS TO ME? I TOLD VA TO KEEP THE MONEY AND GIVE IT TO ALL THE FORNERS COMING IN THE COUNTRY THE HAVE TAKEN OVER OUR COUNTRY WITHOUT A SHOT FIRED I AM VERY BITTER THANK YOU FOR READING MY POST FRANK
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