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Just set up an account after being awarded disability 15 years ago when I retired from the AF. I want to post a word of encouragement to so many of you who are frustrated, mad, angry and sad! DON'T GIVE UP. I have just returned to the chess board to do battle with the mad mad world of VA bureacracy and all that goes with it. Don't get me wrong I get angry and anxious back and forth but I appreciate this forum. I have found much info that I find helpful and some stories are pathetic on how the VA treats the men and women who have given so much of themselves. This year has been the hardest of my life, but I will raise the battle flag high and keep moving forward in hopes that I will NEVER GIVE UP and can help others in their fight to get what they so richly deserve, decency, compassion and respect from people the taxpayers fund to make it right. THANK YOU ALL FOR SERVING OUR GREAT NATION AND I SALUTE YOU!!!!! NEVER GIVE UP!!!!

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