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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - American Veterans Foundation
Dear Sgt. Shaft: Last year, I contacted you for assistance with my VA claim because in March 2011, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer, and on June 2, 2011, my prostate was removed. I submitted a VA claim in Virginia, which was lost.
Dear Sgt Shaft: How can I obtain a copy of the "Assured Victory" print? I hope they are still available.
Dear Sgt Shaft: My name is Carol H. I contacted you some time back seeking assistance in proving my case that my husband, Ralph Huey, actually served in Vietnam and was exposed to Agent Orange. He died very young from lung cancer. I just wanted to let you know that on March 30, 2011, I appeared in person in Washington, D.C., to present my case. I just received notification last week that I had won. I am so grateful.
Dear Sgt Shaft: I divorced my husband after 22 years. I was awarded 40 percent of his retirement pay. My question to you is: Will this stop if I remarry? I do not get any other military benefits.
I'm interested in purchasing a copy of George Skypeck's "Assured Victory" painting. Are there any prints still left, and how much do they cost?
Dear Sgt. Shaft:
Dear Sgt. Shaft: