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I am going to be retiring from the USN after 24 years of service. I currently live in Oahu, HI, but will retire in Goose Creek, S Carolina (Charleston area). I have applied for a few disabilities with the DAV, been through my C&Ps already and my paperless claim is in Salt Lake City already. Effective retirement date is Nov1.

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I am going to be retiring from the USN after 24 years of service. I currently live in Oahu, HI, but will retire in Goose Creek, S Carolina (Charleston area). I have applied for a few disabilities with the DAV, been through my C&Ps already and my paperless claim is in Salt Lake City already. Effective retirement date is Nov1.

Welcome! Be sure to get copies of ALL of your medical records! (The VA has a way of losing some things....)

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