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Thank you so much, down loaded and in the "claim fighting file". lol

appreciate your help,

Jangrin :unsure:

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Jangrin- good idea-

manila folders for all the claims stuff-

I have many- some are for CUE and the others are regarding my main claim, older decisions , SSOCs from the past etc-over 20 years of VA crapola in files.

It helps SO MUCH to be organized-and to use label tabs for the folders.

Also the 800# phone log -we have a blank one here- is a big help too-

I have two VA claim war maps- they have a photo of my VARO in the middle of them and military designations for troop movements- but under the arrows I write in what I have done to push the claims along, and I date it all and write in the folder label for references.

My vet rep was shocked at first by it- but it is only a reminder to me that we are on a paper battlefield, and we are fighting a war of words.

The DAV gave my kid a quick tour of this VARO when she joined the military- she said it was AWFUL!

Stacks and stacks and piles and piles of c files.

She took pictures of the VARO from the outside.

Not only is the photo on my War maps but I look at a photo every day of it right on my PC.

Someday- (I hope and even pray for this too) someone will really start running their show the right way-at this VARO- there are some really great people there-but I think they are overruled and/or overwhelmed by a few incompetent ones.

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