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Roll Call December 2011


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Hello fellow vets!! I'm a little late for December roll call since I am new here but here it goes. I just retired on 1 December and I am in the middle of my C&P exams. Last month I had my hearing and PTSD and tomorrow is my general for my back and a host of other things. From digging around in the forums it looks like I am ahead of the power curve most likely because I just retired and VA wants to get me through pretty quick (I hope at least). I am a little nervous for tomorrow because my back is not acting up as it usually does and afraid I won't get a fair rating based on that. I sure hope they will go off of what I say normally happens on a weekly basis with my back pains and such. Well, this is where I am at thus far and will keep everyone updated to my progress. I know others would like to know so maybe they can base their optimism with what actually happens if that makes sense? Have a blessed day!!

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Happy Holidays!!

Getting used to being in America again.

Finally got my award letter and found out the VA and DAV never

Followed up on my SS eval. And Rater only gave me 70% backdated one year.That's why my retro award was so low $3000 bucks for 10 years)

Filed my Unenployability, requested my SS eval from Nat records center,filed for upgrades on

Hearing and autoimmune issues.

You guys made me proactive! A great Cmas gift!!

Thank you everyone. It's going to be a grand year!

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