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This interview is with Paul Sullivan from Bergmann and Moore.

Paul is discussing the latest situations with Vets and their issues in Washington.

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This program will run in a loop from 5 hours starting at 4:00pm CST.....

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I would humbly like to make a suggest on the SVR programs.

Vets sometimes listen to these because they are hoping to find answers to a specific question, hopefully by someone extremely knowledgeable on that particular subject.

Example: Say you are seeking benefits for PTSD and you have appealed to the BVA. You probably dont care about Chapter 35 benefits, since it does not apply.

So, instead of the hadit program titled "Jerrel" I would suggest it would be more like, for example, "Jerrel talks about verifying PTSD stressors".

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Bronco,

I knew this was going to come up sooner or later. It is a very good point. I will try to refine the titles of the programs in our archives. Guess I was just a little lazy. I will see how much space I have for title entery and use it. Thanks again.

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I do a similar thing on my own computer. Instead of saving "Document1" I right click it and "rename" it to be "PTSD stressors". In 3 months, or less, when I search for this, I look for PTSD stressors, I wont remember what I wrote in "document 1"

For me, even tho I wrote it, I just wont remember where I put it unless I give it a good title.

It was just a suggestion..I did not mean to insult anyone. In fact, I used to do that myself and found out it did not work out well for me.

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