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Also trying to get back in Voc. Rehab. Didn't use all of my benefits. I f any of you post 9/11 vets have questions you don't already know about, fell free to ask. just finished rehab on dom, and saw a lot of vet from that era that were not informed of the benefits available to them, I f you don't ask while you are in treatment they won't volunteer that info. Take Care Brothers

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Welcome to Hadit Dan. A lot of good people with a boatload of good information on this site. I hope you utilize this wonderful site and learn from the good veterans willing to help all. I sure have learned a lot of useful information that has definitely helped me with my claims.

I too am from Iowa, West Des Moines to be exact and I was in the DOM at the Knoxville, Ia VA. I have also been to the Des Moines VA and the Iowa City VA.

My name is Greg, and if I can be of help...let me know.

Thank You for your service and all the best to you and your family...

Greg

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