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http://www.operationstandtogether.org/

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bio:  Vincent Diem is an Honorably discharged US Army Military Police Corps Veteran, who was assign to Fort McClellan on two separate occasions in the mid 1990s-He holds a Bachelor of Architecture, Masters of Science in Organizational Leadership, and has previously been a published author of periodical articles. A member of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Mr. Diem currently serves as a post Chaplain for the American Legion Post in Virginia .A sudden ,dramatic decline in his health, resulted in a layoff and confirmation of disability by his physician .With more than 14 hospitalizations and nearly 3 times that number in emergency room visits during the past 3 years. Mr. Diem’s health complications include a rare and complex array of symptoms and diagnoses related to autoimmune disorders ,neurological diseases ,musculoskeletal disease, gastrointestinal disorders, and systemic illness.

He and his family reside in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

In March 2016 with the support of his wife Carrie, Mr. Diem initiated the education and advocacy campaign known as Operation Stand Together– and remains committed to uniting the voices of those affected by military -related Toxic Exposures, in the pursuit of Justice.

I would like to take the opportunity not to focus on my particular health situation,but, instead, the efforts of uniting all of the Toxic Veterans and the family members from across the US, for the 1 day event on the National Mall in Washington,DC to raise awareness and motivate legislative reform.Information can be found on our fb page,as well as our official website. There is more than one way to accomplish this task.

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To contact us:  tsrad1@outlook.com

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley/2017/02/03/veterans-issuesburn-pits-and-operation-stand-together-with-vincent-diem

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