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Hello everyone I am docdoc

I was a 91B20 combat medic in Viet Nam 25th infantry Div, 1968 -69

Have a few medals and purple heart ,also hold a soldires medal

Married to the same wonderful woman for 43 years. We have 4 sons all grown with a few grandkids and a greatgrand baby on the way

Love to bass fish and did everyday for six years and every weekend for 10 years

We have a small lake lot on the great Lake Fork in Texas

We have started going to the area casinos and playing slots and have done fair

We did purchase a used mx 5 miata and have had a great time running around the country side with the top down

We drove a little over 2000 miles played 7 different casinos in 4 days

Am a mircle already as I survived a 7 plus by pass surgery doctors were amazed that I made it and have for over 10 years

Returned to work as a maintenance supervisor and then decide to give up that headache and just be a maint worker with differnt company

In Nov of 2010 I was DX'ED with CML and agin the doctor could not believe that I have been working while taking the mediication

Say I am having great results with it and am handling the side affects very well

There it is in a nut shell feel free to ask me any question that you care to and will try to answer

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Welcome Aboard: Bass fishing is my game also. I dont have the luxury of fishing Lake Fork but I have fished it before and it is one amazing big fish factory.

I am glad your SD disabilitied dont get you down. Have you filed the claim for IHD?

I think we have another vet here who has CML and is trying to get it service connected.

Again, Welcome aboard.

Jbasser

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docdoc,

Welcome to Hadit.com .

I too had a Miata drop top and it was lots of fun, except when we went

to Wally World shopping and when we got to the register and remembered which vehicle

we were in and just left the full shopping cart sitting there - lol.

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We do have another CML vet here but CLL is the one on the AO list.

John asked the same question I have- have you formally filed for IHD yet?

IHD -ischemic heart disease is now an AO presumptive disability for incountry Vietnam veterans.

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Welcome to Hadit. We have a small place on Highway 11 between Sulphur Springs and Winnsboro. Its in Pickton. However, for the most part we live in Dallas.

I served 1968-70 in Germany.

Glad you found us.

Pete

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DocDoc, Wow i love fishing on lake fork! Some of the biggest Bass in Texas. Agreat fisherman lake. I filed for IHD in August of 2010 and it in Dec. 2010, They are still playing games with me on my big comp's.

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