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usmc89

Have Filed My Nod To The Dro Please Look

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This NOD is in the hands of the DRO right now. Any advise please thanks.

I learned that the dro does not read al the evidence and you must present everything ot them as if they were children who could not read or understand,, youmust present everythingot them even if it is in the records, you must present al evidence as if it is new because they just ignore and do not read it,, they do not search for anything, they just read a page and if you don't have everything there they deny deny, and hope you disappear,, and die... you must make a strong case even with the nod.. because, if the nod fails,,, it just leads to years of appeals, and it's to late to make the nod do what is intended.. I was stupid and naive to think they actually reviewed al evidence when you put an NOD in, They do not! They just rubber stamp nod's woth NO!!

Happy 236 to all my fellow Marines.

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This NOD is in the hands of the DRO right now. Any advise please thanks.

Happy 236 to all my fellow Marines.

usmc89,

Personally I see alot of difficulties with your NOD.

How about posting the Reasons and Bases Section of the Rating Decision

the NOD is based on.

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