I really don't understand why anyone would want to fake PTSD. Never had it. don't want it. Got shot at a few times but that's one of the perks of deployment to fun and exciting places. Lucky for me I was a MI puke and not a grunt.
OH BOY!! STANDBY!!!
I can understand that this ID10T being a member of the Goat Locker pisses you off to no end and it hurts to know that for you being an old school Senior Chief the thought of kicking a fellow Chief in the Jimmy may hurt as much as the fact that he is stealing from all of us Veterans especially those of us whom are truly disabled.
Kick that sorry ass E-7 in the teeth and in the junk as HARD as you can and let him figure out if it is his balls that are where his tonsils used to be or if it is something else.
I have 0 yes that is ZERO sympathy for this jack ass and guess what Jimmy cracked corn and I don't FUCKING care either about that ID10T.
off subject but I watched a documentary today about United Airlines Flight 232, Sioux City Iowa, 1989. remember that one? Captain Al Haynes, ex-Marine Aviator, 30,000 hours flight time with United. he was flying a DC-10 when the titanium fan disk inside the tail engine blew up and severed all three hydraulic systems at the same time resulting in catastrophic failure of all flight controls. when they called United Airlines Emergency Center they were informed there was no emergency procedure for that situation. it had never happened before and that scenario didn't exist in the computer. the aircraft was uncontrollable except for using the thrust of the two remaining engines to turn the airplane. at the last minute the nose and right wing dipped, the captain firewalled both engines for maximum power to lift the nose but they ran out of time. they hit the runway at six times the normal descent speed. 296 souls on board. 111 died. the NTSB found that 185 survived due to the outstanding skill of Captain Haynes and Captain Dennis Fitch. the NTSB found there was a defect the size of a grain of sand in the titanium fan disk when it was manufactured that caused a fatigue crack 18 years later that brought down 232. the crash had a major influence on the industry and multiple things were changed on the DC-10 and all subsequent aircraft, the manufacturing process and inspection process. it was considered one of the great landings in aviation history. like Sully's landing on the Hudson River.
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Kids making pillows at camp , then a knot tying demo..rainy and miserable, but we forge ahead.
Okay I debated if I wanted to make a comment abythe PTSS and VA comments.
First VA, they are doing a better job with PTS$ ratings. They now require paperwork that shows you were in what ever Combat area and DD214 is one firm, then you need witness statments of incident. The VA social worker or shrink that has the case also is required to do research on unit and where they we're located, and other verafacatuon events. Yes some Jack ass"s lied and got away with the old PTSS and this is why they are doing this. I had to give them
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Don, Hang tough, stay the course, there is no one with as much experience as you!!!! We, all your faithful members are behind you 100, just take that elephant & cut him up into pieces & eat him a bite a time!!! Just remember to breathe!!!!, cause breathing is the essence of life!!!! When you are really stressed like you are now, just take a break from that computer screen, walk over to that big picture window & enjoy the incredible beauty that your land provides you & all the Wounded Warriors that you guys take care of!!!! Look out your picture window & take some big deep breaths, in thru your nose & out thru your mouth, do that 5 times in a row & you will feel like new money!!! You are the man!!!! just keep moving forward!!!! Nothing can stop you, cause you are a Baddass Navy Seal!!!!, & their is no Phony that can even come close to, being compared to you!!!!, stay the course, Baddass!!!!, Dan