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Dd214 Vs Wd53

Guest frank


dear veterans, i have posted my issue ,that eas hard to understand for you as well as me. please keep in mind i did not know of anything that was kept in my records ,until 2003,i think you all know the story of my appeals and no records found in 1978, but something john999,wrote made me wonder,on a point he made. found in rading of 1993[unknowing to me]rading stated reopen claim, deny penson,get records from air force,46-49 navy 52-56 also get sog in file,if you have a wd53,check to see if there is a sog on wd53,on claim [ again without my knowleage] this sog was a cfr 38 2119,as stated on paper work done in 1989,'an again in 1994,[orignaing-unit adjudicating 2119]again this was done without my knowledge] i have only filed one claim in 1978 ,answer from va no records found, i filed again for penison in 1994, va granter me a 100%medical non,service connection,accoring to you records of medical evidence,of record of 1948,so va has traped themselfs, in statment of 1978,no records found,all this was found in 2003 all comes from va , a appealed,52 appeals , the reason i did this is because i never wanted to have va,send to bva,i knew papers would be missing,so i sent the file myself, to bva, bva sent va a remand to take action,that va never did'my point in this topic, is to point out dd214,and wd53[please read wd53 between wording on wd 53]you may all have sog under wd53,that would apply to benifts,john999,i fell your wife could open a claim for her fathed,check his wd53 be sure to check bottom of form ,wd 53 , i want to make all veterans holding wd 53,check into this you may have compensation,you do not know about,also check 38 2119 part 3 and 4 part 3 adjudication for compensation and penison frank

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