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Monday, August 17, 2009 19:40 | Richard White
One of my goals to this program is to be able to reach out to other veterans and share my knowledge of dealing with the VA over the past 22+ years, and hopefully help them to avoid the troubles I've had.


  • Tuesday, September 08, 2009 06:36 | Tim Richardson

    Thank you for sharing your story with the rest of us. You have helped by making us aware of potential problems so that we can avoid them.


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  • Friday, October 30, 2009 04:41 | Frances Lowe
    Awesine Tim, Keep it up.
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  • Monday, November 30, 2009 12:25 | Chip Dykes
    My apologies for not commenting on your blog sooner. Since joining the team a couple of months ago, I have been running like a madman to take care of the 100 things Al would like to happen yesterday:) In my capacity as VP of Business Development, I need Veterans like you to get the word out about what we are trying to accomplish! I have faith in this program and believe in the vision!
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  • Sunday, January 24, 2010 06:49 | Jami Price
    Welcome! I think everyone has had their fair share of troubles with the VA, myself included. I have found that the best way to help them with problems is to volunteer there. They seem more open to the ideas when you are there on a regular basis and see it as help rather than another one of their many complaints. Good Luck and I look forward to reading your next blog.
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  • Wednesday, March 10, 2010 09:09 | Jeff Bier
    Time for another blog from you. Its been a long time since we have heard from you.
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