Post deployment illness Gulf War

The ground war lasted four days and resulted in 147 battlefield deaths, but almost 199,000 of the 698,000 people who were deployed have since qualified for some degree of service-related disability. Of those, 13,317 people are disabled by "undiagnosed conditions"; Medically Unexplained Symptoms; Medically Unexplained Physical Symptoms (MUPS) or Unexplained Symptoms

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

non-combat deaths and injuries Maine GW

non-combat deaths and injuries this is what the VA calls these
problems when Service Connection is not granted. This is important if
you happen to be the 10% who suffer and may have died from
Undiagnosed/ chronic multsympthom illness.

Maine Revised Statute Title 37-B, Chapter 8-A: COMMISSION TO ...
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2. Commission. "Commission" means the Commission to Protect the Lives and Health of Members of the Maine National Guard established in section 532. ...

One purpose of the “Commission to Protect the Lives and Health of Members of the Maine National Guard” is to prevent future non-combat deaths and injuries by learning from the past and seeing to it that a better job is done in the future. Your input is critical to this process.

Commission members stand ready to listen to your concerns and take whatever action is in their power to see that the suffering you and your family have endured shall not be repeated.



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