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JULY 15 2006 WHAT I DID TO GET IT GOING AFTER TALKING WITH EVERYONE YESTERDAY _THANKS

Well did a few things yesterday to move the claim along ! # 1 I called my SO and left him a message ,Asking him about his Thought on a CUE .I've been told that he is a good one, so I figured I would get his thought on the QUE . #2 I emailed the VARO and asked them if they had all they needed from me. They repleyed with a -The RO sent for my records From the National Per :( sonel Records Center .So I emailed them Back and explained the steps I, took to get the files so as though they know how to get the ones needed. Then I got on The national perrsonel records centers site - Vara - Veterecs and ordered them myself with specific dates times duty locations the whole bit. I had them sent directly to the regional office to the regional Office manager Ms Susan E. Kloc. This way I know she will receive the right ones . I will Next monday follow up on these and Call my SO and talk with him ,He will probably think I'm a pain in the A$$. Thats okay I need to know His thoughts . To make sure were on the same page. I know the RO has my Medical records copys I've sent, they said they were in the systemweeks ago .I sent 4 copys of the med files certified with copys of the Denied decision from 1993 claim and they have copys of the medical files that the claim was denied because they the VA, would not find - or use The Lack of evidience They have it Now The Missing files that Prove the claim was not decided on the facts and that they did not asist me in getting .Do You think Its ready for A QUE?????

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