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Excellant Help Article And Bva Cases Concerning Important Decisions


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Hello All,

This is an excellant article that will help to open perspectives and understanding of some Veterans Affairs issues and problems. The article also shows some important BVA and CAVC decisions that a Veteran can look up for the specifics and to use these decisions if related to their own claim. NEVER GIVE UP . God Bless, C.C.

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Hello All, This is an excellant article that will help to open perspectives and understanding of some Veterans Affairs issues and problems. The article also shows some important BVA and CAVC decisions that a Veteran can look up for the specifics and to use these decisions if related to their own claim. NEVER GIVE UP . God Bless, C.C.
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Your Welcome Carlie,

I got to start reading some of the court cases and they were making me mad as to why didn't the VARO and the law judges really think that hey we messed with someones life...... because we could.......but now we see we really did not have to do all that. It reminded me of an ole western,,, after the soldiers got tired they had to stop to make camp. And the 3 Indians stole 4 horses and rode them for many miles , trying to get away and they could not stop to look for food because the soldiers were almost on them. They took the worst horse and killed and ate him ,,,I mean raw because the fire would have given away their positiion and they would have been found quickly. As the Indians rode off on the other 3 horses ,which were pretty good animals, they had eaten US Army meat and slept well . The soldiers were agasped because they could not run as fast , nor close the gap, not riding near as good as the freshened Indians and rested horses. The Army didn't get to eat in the dark because the horses were to be riden , not shot and eaten, and the men given rest...... Oh and the horses needed rest also, if they were to carry on the chase. After 2 days the 3 Indians were just fine . Far out of reach ,,,, hunger was satisfied and now out of danger from their Army tormentors. Hanging the remainder of the Army horsemeat on the cactus they were Jerking the meat in the hot sun , so as to have plenty of meat for their journey home. The US army now out of provisions , tired and missing some folks along the way decided ......."We ve wasted enough time on ths chase , lets get back to post and get our people and animals cared for .

The moral of the story is , The indians knew what needed to be done to not get captured or putaway. And they got what they wanted and needed. But it was a long chase....the Indians staying just ahead of the soldiers. And they also made sure their enemy did not want to come back and try anything later,

They ate the Horse that once belonged to the Army and the Fort. It was theirs. But because , they knew their enemy , who by the way had them outnumbered and knew the TERRAIN were able to get away and ride on to safety and were never seen again. Enjoying the benefits of a great meal and were not being pursued because the Indians knew and were prepard for their Advisory. The Veteran can do the same here but its going to take patience. SOME OF YOU OLDER SALTS WILL RELATE TO THE CFRS AND THE VA PROCESS ON THIS LIITTLE STORY AND KNOW WHO THE INDIANS AND THE SOLDIERS ARE . AND THE HORSES AND JERKY AND THE LONG CHASE> ...NEVER GIVE UP. God Bless, C.C.

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