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i was discharged, from air force in 46-49 on discharge it states,no,to if you were injure,i was in hospital for 7 months with a puncherd ear drum,when ever i tried to open a claim, va stated, no records found. in 52-56 .discharge from air force,is wrong.somh how between aif force,navy,on navy discharge, exam,navy states i have a heart condition,high blood pressure,this does no show on navy exam when i go into navy,they do not find this condition,however it is stated on smc, i do have this condition,navy claims this is old. every smc states this , i open a claim in 1978, for puncherd ear drum, va states no records found. i asked for records 5 times,,in 1994 va sends me a letter as i had applied for,penson.va states yuo are 100% for non service connection, accorcing to your records of 1948 a clear lie,as they stated no records found in 1978. i grt my records in 2002,there are all my records,va had them all these years,in records i found a deffeded rating, stating reopen claim s/c for puncherd ear drum,exposed to rardiation occ,japan .under m21-1 chapter 5 part 111,with this is a c/p exam done in 1993, that states i have heart condition,high blood pressure,i do not have these medical conditions, i have stated that fact to va .in 2003 va gives me 100%,for no hospital time or medical,how do i adress this problem? i want va to go back to first claim of 1978 frank

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