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Nov 15 14 11:48 AM
Prop Pusher wrote:I am not sure if this will help anyone or not, but I found it interesting. http://www.disabledveterans.org/2013/12/09/mmqb-va-dod-cover-thailand-agent-orange-data-release/
Like I said, this may be old news, but it gives the links to other info that someone may find useful.
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i am a former USAF korat security policeman (early '74 - early '75), worked, ate and slept along the perimeter in the last 4 months of '74. based on what i've read on these forums it appears to me i was significantly exposed to herbicides. i have not had any of the presumptive medical conditions but my research indicates that the conditions i've struggled with for the past 30+ years have had claims honored for them. i am part of the AO program at our local VA and would like to file a claim for what may be my exposure-related medical conditions. if i understand it correctly, i believe i can file my claim online, in person at my VA AO clinic or via mail.
my question for those experienced with the claims process is: is there any one of these (or an alternative i've missed) that is more effective in "getting my case heard" than another?
thx in advance for any / all feedback, much appreciated.
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Linedog7 wrote:Thanks Ron, its my first post, so I"ll figure out how to post a new one.
Jun 11 15 8:52 AM
This pinned thread was not created for info only. It was created for Thai Vets to communicate with each other, add info for each other and to be all in one place. If you look back you will see the dialog between vets and their problems.
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