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My name is as it shows for username. I served from 84 to 90. My rank on ets was Sergeant E5. I served in the JAG field toward the end of my tenure but served in artillery and infantry units for most of my enlistment. Assignments were Ft Sill OK (Basic), Ft Jackson SC (AIT), Ft Lewis WA 9th ID Artillery HQ company, Korea, Panmunjeom for a while then transferred to Kimpo Internation Airport as a mail guard, Ft Lewis WA 2nd Battaion 2nd Infantry Division, Garlstedt Germany 2nd Armored Division (Forward) JAG. I currently reside in GA where I was born. I've been married for 29 years and it only seems like 2 weeks (underwater) hehe. I have two sons and one daughter. Both sons are grown and have their own homes, my daughter is still in high school and planning to attend UGA next year. No grandchildren unfortunately. I'm completely disabled and live off disabliity. NOT VA. I did serve during wartime (Gulf War 1).

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Welcome to Hadit David. I also live in ga. This site is wonderful and i always tell fellow veterans about it. It has information on all subjects of disabilities and wonderful fellow veterans that are more than willing to help you. Again Welcome!!!

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Welcome to Hadit. You will find a lot of knowledgeable people on this website if you need assistance in filing VA disability claims.

You indicated you are not receiving any VA disability compensation. Since you served in artillery and infantry units, I would be surprised if you did not have noise induced hearing loss and tinnitus caused by your exposure to artillery and other gun fire during your military service.

Good luck to you and thank you for your service.

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