MOPH REGION VI

MOPH REGION VI

Saturday, August 16, 2014

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Subject: Denver Host National Convention of Military Order of the Purple Heart
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2014 09:14:41 -0400 (EDT)



30 July, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Denver, CO   July 25,  2014

Military Order of the Purple Heart National Convention in Denver, Colorado

The Military Order of the Purple Heart (MOPH) and the Ladies Auxiliary of the MOPH are pleased to announce that the National Convention will be held this year in Denver, Colorado at the Renaissance Denver Hotel during the week of 5 - 9 August 2014.

This annual event brings together the Commanders and delegates of the Order's Regions, Departments, Chapters and Units to elect the National Leadership of the Order for the upcoming year.  Delegates will participate in training sessions, review the business of the past year, approve new governing amendments and organizational bylaw changes, and set the organization's goals and objectives for coming year.   A number of key events coincide with the Convention including a Joint Opening Ceremony on Tuesday evening, August 5; a welcome address to the Convention on Wednesday morning, August 6 by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper at 9:30 AM, and by Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock at 10:00 AM;  a Purple Heart pre-game ceremony at the Colorado Rockies baseball game on Wednesday evening at 6:30 PM; a charity golf tournament to benefit the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund and local VA Clinics on Thursday, August 7 in conjunction with observance of National Purple Heart Day; and, a wreath laying by the National Commander at the grave site of WWII hero BG Felix Sparks on Sunday, August 10,  The media is invited to attend the joint opening ceremony on Tuesday, August 5 and the Governor's and Mayor's presentations at 9:30 AM. , Wednesday, August 6.  All other meetings are closed to the public.

The organization now known as the "Military Order of the Purple Heart of the U.S.A. Inc.," (MOPH) was formed in 1932 for the protection and mutual interest of all combat wounded veterans and active duty men and women who have received the decoration. Chartered by the Congress, The MOPH is unique among Veteran Service Organizations in that all its members were wounded in combat. For this sacrifice, they were awarded the Purple Heart Medal. With grants from the MOPH Service Foundation, the MOPH and its Ladies Auxiliary promote Patriotism, Fraternalism, and the Preservation of America's military history. Most importantly, through veteran service, they provide comfort and assistance to all Veterans and their families, especially those requiring claims assistance with the VA, those who are homeless, and those requiring employment assistance.  Programs of the MOPH include VA Volunteer Service, First Responder Recognition, JROTC Leadership Award, Scholarships, Americanism, Purple Heart Trail and Cities, Welfare, and numerous community service programs, all with the objective of service to Veterans and their families.

For further information or requests for media attendance and/or interviews, please contact:

National Public Relations Director, John Bircher, 352-753-5535
  Email: PublicRelations@Purpleheart.org
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Jon Pushkin, Pushkin Public Relations, 303-733-3441, jon@pushkinpr.com
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Monday, April 7, 2014

Fw: MOPH Region VI Weekly Report 3/6-26/2014



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Subject: MOPH Region VI Weekly Report 3/6-26/2014
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2014 06:46:53 -0700

Commander Small and Jim Richards:

Weekly reports generated by Region VI NSOs, 3/27-4/2/2014.

San Diego VARO:

Reviewed Office/Sundry Budget for Region VI, to insure monies available for last quarter of fiscal year 2014.
Continue helping new NSOs and AAs in both VARO San Diego, VARO Los Angeles, VAMC Sepulveda and Wadsworth locations with any matter they are having difficulties in.
Review end of pay period timecards; and, end of month VCMS reports and submitted to those who needed corrections made, for final approval which was completed and submitted to National.
Planning on trip to Phoenix office to interview potential new NSOs in the near future.
Continuing with follow-up on NODs and Appeals, as well as responding to phone calls, emails, claim review, etc.
Continue to review data in VCMS and checking Share/Vacols, Virtual VA, etc. for accuracy. Continue daily sign offs and checking both Concur and ADP entries.
Eddie Kimes, NSO - Las Vegas:
General office duties and veteran consultations.  Assisted veteran with overpayment documents and sent to PMC.
Checked VCMS, VBMS and SHARE for claim statuses and awards.
Returned  phone calls and made appointments.  Filed new service connected  claims and POA�s.  Perused veteran�s c-file and submitted form 646 to prepare for May BVA hearing.  Mailed VA information to veterans.
Traveled to Vet Center and consulted with veterans.
Joseph Phillips, NSO - VAMC Long Beach, CA:
I continue seeing Vets about a myriad of veteran�s services.   Inputted award letters into VCMS and updated diary entries.   I went through files and removed unnecessary documents.  Assisted homeless Vet with a HUD VASH application.   I requested and received a commissary letter for 100% SC Vet.   Vet received $47,034.72 Retro Pay.  A surviving spouse donated a wireless printer to MOPH, which I have in my office (holding in case anyone needs one or if mine stops).
Tony DeVore, NSO - VARO San Diego, CA:
Has been a very busy week with month end.   Also prepared for hearing scheduled 04/03/14.  Preparing for 3 upcoming hearings for next week.  
Continued to process Awards and Rating Decisions.   Worked on the VCMS Facility Management Excel Spreadsheet as I am the RT for Region VI, VCMS Committee, in which our region had over 1200 addresses to be verified.
Continue to work on the purged files to verify nothing pending and destruction and proper disposal.  Very busy week.
Arthur Harris, NSO - VARO Oakland, CA:
This week I have been reviewing files for appeals to include catching up on phone calls and appointments from when we were at training.  The updating of VCMS and the monthly reconciliation report was done to include, the inputting of claims.
Tennell Brady, NSO - VARO Los Angeles, CA:
This office conducted daily operational procedures. Continued repair and updating procedures on office files. A retro amount in excess of $70,000.00 received by veteran this week.
Johnnell Jackson, NSO - VARO Los Angeles, CA:
During the dates shown I�ve preformed general office duties, interacted with veteran and their claims, went out of the office to purchase office supplies, and continued NOS duties.
Daniel Soto, NSO - VAMC Sepulveda/Wadsworth:
This week I was working at the federal building due to the VA IT department accidently deleting my username and email account.  I was still able to assist veterans at the federal building.  I was granted access today and I am working with the IT department to retrieve my emails in my account.
Ron Quinata, NSO - Guam:
Assisted appointments, walk-ins, veterans/dependents.  Attended VSO Video Conf Meeting on 03/16/2014, prior
to Training.  Issues discussed were Claims, Appeals, SEP etc.  Continued administrative work in the office i.e., updating VCMS, setting up appointments, following up on letters received, filing letters received, telephone calls, email/telephone call responses.
Jay Parker, NSO - VARO Phoenix:
We were notified this week the monthly VA meeting had been postponed due to the Travel Board.

I have a meeting today with hospital management pertaining to the VHA directive on DBQ�s.  This should be interesting.  I have accepted a request from the VA hospital to attend the opening of the new southeast clinic on the twenty fourth of this month.

NVLSP is here this month as a guest of American Legion.  I was finally able to catch up with Ron yesterday and we spoke for a while.  It is really too bad someone can�t put pressure on VA central office to allow the RO to work non rating claims. At least those where a veteran is waiting for special adaptive housing because he or she is constantly falling at home.

I have been developing a relationship with the new workers at the Vet Center.

Decisions have been slow coming in partly because the VA is back to holding a certain amount of claims as ready to rate simply to feed to the media. Raters with nothing to do because they are not allowed to take those below a set number.

General office duties.
Cheryl Paden, NSO - VAMC Tucson:
I have been very busy getting my office caught up from being closed for training.  I returned all my emails and messages.   I have been doing files and general office duties.

I have met with a lot of Veterans that are coming to see me about FDC claims.  Filed new claims.

I have reviewed decision letters and letters from VA requesting more info from our Veterans.

I now have my card reader for the PIV ordered, as soon as I receive that I will be doing classes with the VA once again.
Raphael Paris, NSO - VARO Honolulu:
No report received. He attended MOPH Annual Training, his mother passed away and he has been on PTO.
Breana Floyd, NSO - VAMC Loma Linda:
This week I worked on getting caught up on things since being at training.  Because it was the end of the month, I worked on getting all claims entered and all claims and made sure mail was sent out.  I saw quite a few Vets submitting a new claims and a few new POA.
Michael Mullen, NSO - VAMC La Jolla:
No report received.
Erin Hamlin, NSO - Salt Lake City:
Comp time off 4/1/2014.  I reviewed BDD/PLCP Rating Decisions and no PLCP SOCs.  I forwarded 1 BDD/PLCP Submittals, 2 BDD/PLCP Notification Letters, and 5 BDD/PLCP Development Letters for other Service Offices.  I also continue my efforts to go through my office files and get them in order. 

Monday, March 31, 2014

Fw: MOPH Region VI Weekly Report 3/6-26/2014




Commander Small and Jim Richards:

Weekly reports generated by Region VI NSOs, 3/6-26/2014.

San Diego VARO:
Traveled to VARO LA to complete training with AA.  She ended up resigning and we are in the process of hiring a new AA for that office.  Was out of the office during our monthly VSCM meeting, but was told nothing new was discussed and there were no hand outs or new FL's.
Completed annual Privacy/Hippa training on the VA TMS training site.
Traveled to Orlando, FL for MOPH Annual Training.  Previously completed data research for Veterans KIA for family benefits, (spouse, parents, children), and gave a presentation at MOPH Annual Training in Fl.  Training went quickly, but always come away with learning new ways and ideas of helping out veterans.
In the process of hiring new NSO for the Phoenix office and will be interviewing in the near future.
Continue with training of new NSOs and AAs in both VARO San Diego and VARO Los Angeles locations.
Continuing with follow-up on NODs and Appeals, as well as responding to phone calls, emails, claim review, etc.
Continue to review data in VCMS and checking Share/Vacols, Virtual VA, etc. for accuracy. Continue daily sign offs and checking both Concur and ADP entries.
Eddie Kimes, NSO - Las Vegas:
Checked VCMS,VBMS and SHARE for claim statuses and awards.
Joined SEP training meeting on Thursdays (3/6).
Conducted  veteran consultations.  Returned phone calls and made appointments.
Filed new service connected claims and POA�s and submitted claims evidence with
signature paperwork.  Perused veteran�s c-file to prepare for DRO hearing.
Mailed claim forms and VA information to veterans.
Thursday,  last day of Annual training in Orlando.  Traveled home on Friday and on Monday came back and checked VCMS, VBMS and SHARE for claim statuses and awards.  Returned numerous phone calls and made appointments.  Filed new service connected  claims and POA�s.
Perused veteran�s c-file to prepare for May hearing.  
Went to Vet Center and consulted with veteran, and mailed VA information to veteran.
 
Joseph Phillips, NSO - VAMC Long Beach, CA:
Continue seeing Vets about a myriad of veteran�s services.  I inputted award letters into VCMS and updated diary entries. I went through files and removed unnecessary documents.  Assisted homeless Vet with getting an intake appointment at the Villages of Cabrillo (US Vets).  I assisted daughter of a surviving spouse on survivor�s pension with aid and attendance.   Enjoyed and learned a great deal at MOPH Annual Training.  Maintain 11 flyer holders with flyers on VA benefits. 
Tony DeVore, NSO - VARO San Diego, CA:
Had a very productive week.  Met with several veterans to discuss claims status and also possible new claims.  Also submitted supportive new and material evidence in support of pending claims with the VA.   Two hearings were delayed for new exams that were requested by the DRO�s as information in C-file was 2 yrs or older.
Returned from annual training and began preparing for upcoming hearings for April.  Entered Award Letters & Rating Decision and also trained new NSO from VARO LA over the phone regarding reports in VCMS.  Submitted several claims to the VA.  Received 3 nice Retros: $30,870.00, $36,719.00, and  $47,389.00.   Has been a very busy month with Annual Training, new clients and hearings. Busy month for April coming up.
Arthur Harris, NSO - VARO Oakland, CA:
This week I have been reviewing files for an upcoming hearings, I have completed my VA security training that was about two hours long.   Updated VCMS to including the reviewing of my approved claims including the filing of new claims.   
Tennell Brady, NSO - VARO Los Angeles, CA:
During the week, this office conducted numerous live interviews, responded to telephone calls and submitted claims to the VA. I accepted the resignation of former Administrative Assistant, Ms. A. Eady. Retroactive benefits in excess of $64,000.00 received this week. Attended a VSO meeting for our station�s in Information Security/Privacy �face to face� meeting.
Completed annual training in Florida & returned home to end the week. Current week began with participation in VA required online training for CRIP procedures. I conducted a video-conference Travel Board hearing. We began repair and updating procedures on office files at the beginning of this week.  
Johnnell Jackson, NSO - VARO Los Angeles, CA:
Received multiple phone calls, faxed veterans information where needed, file award letters as well as correspondence, mailed letters to their designated areas, made appointments for veterans, helped veterans with various questions, sent claims to the VA to be date stamped, and the filled out necessary paper work for veterans claims such as the 21-526EZ ect�. 
During the week I conducted interviews, answered phones, general office procedures, continued to update filing as well as paper work, and went to annual training.
Daniel Soto, NSO - VAMC Sepulveda/Wadsworth:
I was able to visit the OEF/OIF transition team in building 401 at the West LA Medical Center.  I met with several reps at the location and made myself available for any new veterans that have questions or concerns that pertain to benefits. I have heard from several veterans from that location since I last visited. 
Ron Quinata, NSO - Guam:
Assisted appointments, walk-ins, veterans/dependents.  Continued administrative work in the office i.e.,
updating VCMS, setting up appointments, following up on letters received, filing letters received, telephone calls,
email/telephone call responses.
Jay Parker, NSO - VARO Phoenix:
New office printer does not have a scan option (says IRM).
Lisa completed her yearly VA Privacy Security Awareness and Rules of Behavior this week.
In the VA VSO meeting we learned the RO was just about to get things rolling properly when Central office changed the rules and sent them off in a different direction.
During my hospital visits we are told the hospital is opening a DBQ clinic. It hasn�t happened, most hospital employees are not aware of it. We will wait and see.
General office duties, visiting the VA hospital, Vet center, CASS and US Vets Homeless centers. 
SEP training is down again, canceled for 03/27.  All Mondays are canceled.  Future classes will only be given on Thursday.
The VA has postponed our monthly meeting until next month so that is the fourth month with no meeting since October.
Hospital staff are reeling over the new directive on DBQ�s.  Some are happy they won�t have to get into trouble with their supervisor for filling the form.
The vet center has had a change of staff so I must get to know them again.
Cheryl Paden, NSO - VAMC Tucson:
Submitted FDC Claims, and received 4 back, because of the 21-526EZ dated 2013, needed to be changed to the new 2014, 21-526EZ form.

I returned messages and emails, updates and what I wanted to start a claim for VA.

Reviewed decision letters, worked on filing and general office duties, continued other normal daily activities, filing, reviewing, etc.

I met with Veterans to give them packets so they can file FDC claims.
I enjoyed the Training, it will help me with some of my cases.   I learned quite a bit of new information about claims I have had in the past and sure I will have in the future.

I have been answering a ton of phone messages and emails from my Veterans.

I am getting people coming to find out what I can do to help them file a claim from my current Veterans. I just love referrals.

I returned to work and found a few of my cases have been decided.   One of my clients went from 60% to 100% P&T and this was on a reconsideration. Yay!!!!

I have been trying to do general office duties but I have been seeing alot of Clients and speaking to them about their claims on the phone and in emails.
Raphael Paris, NSO - VARO Honolulu:
Met with veterans who requests representation through MOPH, submitted new POA�s requests and claims for service connection.  Requested and accepted transfer of 2 veterans who now resides in Hawaii.
Spoke to veterans in person and by phone about status of claims.  Met with vet on upcoming C&P exam.
Received correspondence and award letters for both Honolulu and Guam, mailed out letters to Guam.  
Continue input into VCMS of awards, claims, etc.  General office duties, including making of new files, purging. Follow-up on pending claims.
 
Breana King, NSO - VAMC Loma Linda:
This week at the hospital was extremely busy due to being at training 2 days of this week.  I spent the week still seeing new Vets signing new POA�s, returning phone calls and also trying to get all mail sent out and all documents entered into VCMS.
Michael Mullen, NSO - VAMC La Jolla:
It was pretty busy for me this week at the hospital. There were slightly more appointments and walk in�s, I answered a lot of calls, returned messages, submitted claims, and I submitted some evidence for existing claims. By Wednesday, I had caught up on all my emails and messages left by clients during the previous week while I was at training.   During training in Orlando, I taught a small class in Ancillary Benefits and it seems to have gone well. Also, on Tuesday I completed annual Privacy/Hippa training on the VA TMS training site. 
Erin Hamlin, NSO - Salt Lake City:
Off sick 3/11/2014.  Made and returned numerous phone calls.  I reviewedUtah Rating Decisions and no SOCs. I reviewed BDD/PLCP Rating Decisions and PLCP SOCs. I forwarded BDD/PLCP Submittals, BDD/PLCP Notification Letters, and BDD/PLCP Development Letters for other Service Offices.  I also continue my efforts to go through my office files and get them in order.
Annual Training 3/17/2014-3/20/2014. Made and returned numerous phone calls. I reviewed BDD/PLCP Rating Decisions and no PLCP SOCs.  I also continue my efforts to go through my office files and get them in order. I also had a retro of $33,490.

Friday, March 28, 2014

FW: [EXTERNAL] One Hero at a Time



Thank You
Robert Serge
Member
Blog Master
To all my fellow veterans friends and family my we all remember 




Subject: FW: [EXTERNAL] One Hero at a Time
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2014 21:20:46 -0400





Subject: FW: [EXTERNAL] One Hero at a Time



Good Morning,

The following information is provided for the good of the whole.

Thank you,


                D.C. Martinez



Attached is the electronic copy of the flyer for One Hero at a Time next month.
RJ

FW: viVA Las Vegas News You Can Use



Thank You
Robert Serge
Member
Blog Master
To all my fellow veterans friends and family my we all remember 



Subject: FW: viVA Las Vegas News You Can Use
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2014 21:23:03 -0400





Subject: viVA Las Vegas News You Can Use
Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2014 09:29:34 -0700



March 26, 2014

Dear Members of the Director's State Commanders Advisory Council: 
Provided is an update on current topics impacting Veteran health care here at VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System (VASNHS):

Medical Transportation Contract
As more services and programs become activated at VASNHS, we will become more self-reliant with our dedicated VA workforce and existing resources.   As a result, contracts currently in place for transportation will no longer be needed with an expected savings to the tax payer of approximately $700,000 annually.  During the transition from contract to VA provided transportation, services will continue uninterrupted.  As a number of Veterans are familiar with the contracted staff, there may be Veteran concerns during the transition.

NEW & FUTURE SERVICES

Fast Track Program
In an effort to improve wait time for Veterans and reduce congestion in the Medical Center's Emergency Department, a new Fast Track program was implemented in February 2014.  Veterans presenting in the Emergency Department who do not require emergency care will be treated through the new Fast Track program.

Acute Rehabilitation Services Open
VASNHS is proud to announce the opening of VASNHS's Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation Program (CIIRP). The first phase of beds opened March 11, 2014. CIIRP is an interdisciplinary program providing acute inpatient medical and rehabilitative care to achieve optimal functional outcome and the highest level of independence. VASNHS is excited to offer this standard of care and looks forward to working with Veterans and their families as part of our continuous effort to improve services and access to VA health care.

Dialysis Expansion
VASNHS is planning to start the modified schedule for dialysis services adding Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday sometime in April 2014 as some minor maintenance of the dialysis unit is underway.

Interventional Pain
VASNHS will begin performing interventional pain procedures towards the end of March 2014, with a plan to fully activate the service in April 2014.



Invasive ENT Surgical Procedures
VASNHS is planning to expand its Ears, Nose, and Throat (ENT) Service in mid-April 2014 allowing for more invasive surgical procedures to be performed.

Ophthalmology
VASNHS is working towards implementing Ophthalmology services in April 2014 to include cataract, glaucoma, and retinal surgery.  This will greatly improve waiting time for these procedures.

Legal 2000 Capability
VASNHS is planning to accept "Legal 2000" patients sometime in April 2014.  This will allow VASNHS to accommodate Veterans in its Mental Health unit for psychiatric evaluation to determine if the person is a danger to him/herself or others.

New Vascular Thoracic Surgeon
VASNHS recently hired a vascular surgeon who will assist VASNHS with handling vascular and thoracic surgery.

Cardiology Fellowship Class of 2014
VASNHS is proud to share news that the first group of three fellows will be starting in July 2014, as part of the new Cardiology Fellowship program. A rigorous and competitive process was followed to select the best qualified applicants. The new program will greatly contribute to education and training to meet the health care needs of VASNHS' Veterans.

Construction
·         Construction of the administrative building continues at the medical center campus with a tentative completion in late 2014. 
·         The Women's Health Center on the third floor of the medical center is currently under construction with an anticipated summer 2014 completion.
·         An Emergency Room expansion is underway with an estimated completion in early 2015.
·         VASNHS has received preliminary approval for a Fisher House to be constructed on campus.  Construction will begin in late 2014/2015. 
·         Construction of the Laughlin Clinic continues with an estimated completion in summer 2014.
·         VASNHS is working on securing a new lease in Pahrump to expand clinical space.  The existing clinic will remain open until a new lease and construction is completed.

Thank you for your continued support of our health care system and the Veterans we serve.

Isabel Duff, MS (SES)
Director



Tuesday, March 18, 2014

FW:



Thank You
Robert Serge
VVA 17 Member
Blog Master
To all my fellow veterans friends and family my we all remember 



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To: rserge1@outlook.com; rbaldwinsmall@blogger.com
Subject: FW:
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2014 11:24:49 -0400






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Friday, March 14, 2014

FW: Townhall Meeting: Reforming The Dept. of Veterans Affairs

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From: richardandshirley@netzero.net
Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2014 16:35:03 +0000
To: rserge1@outlook.com
Subject: Fw: Townhall Meeting: Reforming The Dept. of Veterans Affairs



LAS VEGAS TOWNHALL MEETING: REFORMING THE VA


North Carolina Senator Richard Burr has called the backlog of disability claims at the Department of Veterans Affairs, that leaves many disabled veterans waiting months for their paperwork to be processed, �a national embarrassment.�



Here in Nevada, when it comes to serving our veterans, the VA Reno Regional Benefit Office has the worst record in the nation. At the Reno Office roughly 6,396 veterans are awaiting for their Veterans Affairs disability compensation claims, with 66.5% backlogged for more than 125 days. It also takes an average of 392 days to complete the claim. Nationally, 660,580 veterans are awaiting for their Veterans Affairs disability compensation claims and 57.2% backlogged 125 days. Veterans� waiting in line for claims�sometimes for years�is utterly unacceptable.


The Concerned Veterans for America is hosting a townhall meeting on this pressing issue.



DATE:               Thursday, March 20, 2014
TIME:               
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
LOCATION:      
South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa, Las Vegas, Nevada

Panelists will include Pete Hegseth, CEO of Concerned Veterans for America, and Darin Selnick, Military Advisor to Concerned Veterans for America and former assistant to the Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
Note: Additional panelists to be named very soon.
This event, sponsored by CVA�s Nevada chapter, is the first in our 2014 policy state series entitled Defend & Reform: Defending Freedom by Advancing Reform.

Registration is free and dinner will be served. To RSVP visit HERE.
For more information or to interview Pete Hegseth, CEO of CVA, please contact Kate Pomeroy at 703-638-3927 or via e-mail at kpomeroy@cv4a.org.

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Concerned Veterans for America is a non-partisan, non-profit, 501(c)(4) organization that advocates for policies that will preserve the freedom and liberty we and our families so proudly fought and sacrificed to defend.


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