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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

More rant

I followed link after link to see if there were a way to find out why I could not contact Military Onesource, and got to a place on the DOD website where I could ask a question. Here is the email I got back:

Thank you for contacting the Department of Defense. We have received
your message. We read every message and will take the appropriate
actions in response to your question or comment.
We are the Office of Public Communication, a part of the Office of the
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs
If the answer below does not resolve your query, please update your
question at
Question Reference #101117-000054
Summary: the book Recovering From the War
Category Level 1: Other Issues Not Listed Above
Date Created: 11/17/2010 01:00 PM
Last Updated: 11/17/2010 01:00 PM
Status: Unresolved
Discussion Thread
Customer (Patience Mason) - 11/17/2010 01:00 PM
Why is it not listed on Military Onesource as a resource for families? Why can't I contact Military Onesource myself to find out why?
There is a disclaimer that they can't connect to commercial websites, but the do list a number of books, including one for adolescents. I have also written a couple of childrens books: Why Is Daddy Like He Is? and Why Is Mommy Like She Is? in a new edition for the new women vets.
These are resources used by VA's and Vet Centers and I can't even get to email Military Onesource that they EXIST. I couldn't even find PTSD resources on there without hunting for them. Denial is not just a river in Egypt.
Auto-Response - 11/17/2010 01:00 PM
Title: Locating Service Members or Getting a Mailing Address
Title: Felony Waiver Report for Military Recruits
Title: Overseas Bases - Congressional Commision and the DoD Response

Man, I am so relieved and reassured.

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