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Discussion in 'The War Room' started by Thai Domi, Jun 16, 2016.
You can always check in here and count on your sherbros/shersisters.
I'm glad you all have my back.
Army Reserves. That count?
Yes. That is where a lot of Active Duty guys end up to finish out their 20 years. Same for the National Guard. In theater there was no difference. The bullets didn't discriminate. Did you reach the magic number of 180 days of Active Duty? Than you can be called a veteran.
"Veterans Affairs DC Medical Center put patients at 'intrinsic risk,' report says."
"The Veterans Affairs Washington, D.C. Medical Center suffered 'systemic and programmatic failures' for years, putting patients at 'intrinsic risk', according to a new report released Wednesday."
"The inspector general’s investigation began in March 2017 after receiving a confidential complaint, sparking a close examination of risk of harm to patients, hospital service deficiencies affecting patient care, lack of financial and asset controls, and failed leadership."
"Other deficiencies included documents with protected health information and personally identifiable information being stored within unsecured boxes, more than 10,000 open and pending prosthetic and sensory aid requests, and a misuse of government credit cards."
...and we are still losing 22 veterans a day due to suicide. There has to be a better system.
You need to use the GTC at an ATM BEFORE you get to the strip club. Dat day one stuff.
Stealing this from another thread. New DD Form 000 for when your feelings get hurt:
I remember throwing these up around the section I worked in like 15 years ago. Wonder what would happen if I did it now.