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December 2011 - Roll Call

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Happy Holidays to all. I'm still waiting but word has it that the VA are trying to close a lot of files out before the 1st of the year so for a lot of us that have been waiting for months even years - it's good news :) I'll post in the Success forum when I receive that notice in the mail.

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Happy Holidays to all of my Hadit Friends. I wish the best to all of you.

Josephine

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Wow, December 14, 2011, You think more veteran's would check-iin. WAKE UP!!!

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Good Morning Carlie,

Thanks for the input. I will repost after the holidays. I requested a file transfer to Houston but the Baltimore RO said my file is ready to rate. So my wait continues. I wish you and your family the best Christmas and Happy New Year 2012.

Jumpmaster :rolleyes:

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Introduction combined with my first time December Roll Call!

Happy Holidays to everyone at HadIt. I am new to the forum, I retired from the Army 1991 had

numerous SC injuries denied and rated at 0% because none of my SC conditions per VA did not stop me from working.

My career as paratrooper who suffered impact from 300 plus parachute jumps resulted in hernia, low back, bilateral knee, arms and head concusions and exposure to AO at the DMZ in Korea during the Viet Nam era while assigned to one of the VA infamous presumptive unit. All my SC injuries and residual were denied.

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