Vets Suicide Hot-Line
1-800-273-TALK That’s 1-800-273-8255
Warning: If they ask if you have Weapons, and you say yes, a SWAT team will be sent to your home, and they will take you away.
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Never be ashamed to ask for help
Holidays are the worse; you miss your family, your children(hint: call or email them), your friends and you may feel isolated; please don’t despair; you can call someone; anyone; email someone; if you don’t have anyone to email; email me; I’m here for you always; I get thousands of emails a year and I always answer all of them; why? Because you matter to me.
What is Gulf War Syndrome or Gulf War Illness?
It is Genetic damage at the Chromosome level; which is worse than Cancer Patents in the last stages before death.
Play For All US Vets By Rick Miller for Vets Help Center
To get you the links to places you need to know about and information that no one else will tell you.
This web site is not about one man, but to tell a story it is easier to tell it from your own perspective, and that is what I am doing here, telling my story. I do not care if you believe any of it at all, history was written by those with money and power and wars were fought by those that did not. I find Articles and Videos to help tell that story, I do not know much about Copy Rights, so I try my best to link back to the original and give credit to those people, so if I step on your tows, please email me and give me the full details so I can update any material here.
The VA has determined that 250,000 troops are now permanently disabled, 15,000 are dead, and over 425,000 are ill and slowly dying from what the Department of Defense still calls a “mystery disease”. How many more will have to die before action is taken?
- United We Stand.
- United’s We Fall.
I highly suggest you watch Beyond Treason, for the last word on Gulf War Syndrome, an eye opening documentary.
Hi, my name is Jeff Flesher, and I’ve seen War up close, with all its ugliness, and cold brutality, most of which I’d just as soon not ever think about or be reminded of again – but that’s a luxury I’ll never have, because once you’ve seen it up close, and taken part in it, your forever changed by it, consequently, forgetting is no longer an option.
I’m also a Disabled Gulf War Vet, and have dedicated the rest of my life too learning as much as I can about Gulf War Syndrome, or Gulf War Illness, and less about being Politically Correct.
I’m currently seeking a cure for Gulf War Syndrome, absent that, at least a way to live with it, and have personally had it for around 18 years now, since Nov 1990 – to be more accurate. My primary goal is to educate Gulf War Syndrome Survivors about what other choices may be available to them concerning what to do about it – so feel free to email me, Jeff Flesher, if you require further assistance, about the content at my site.
I have GWS, TMJ (TMJD), ADJD, PTSD, Depression, Anxiety and brain damage; I was exposed to Depleted Uranium (DU), Lead and Mercury in the water supply as a result of my Military duties and consider myself one of the unlucky ones who lived through it, and now everyday is just an ordeal to get through the pain. .. the pain of it all.
My Military Background:
I’ve been to Iraq, Kuwait and Korea; flown around the world in both directions. I started out as an (E)F111 Computer Specialist working on the Attack Radar and Terrain Following Computers, during the first part of Gulf War I, then as a Helicopter Crew chief on a H-53 Jolly Green Giant in Special Ops, Black Knights Squadron; (I was a Black Knight, or a Special Knight in Black Ops); and also on H-60 Pave Hawks (Black or Pave Hawks) in Combat Air Rescue.
My site, Vets Help Center, is for everyone, whether you were in the Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines or for the other side (all vets and everyone are welcome here; please don’t be offended; I have a blog on this issue; after reading it I’m sure you will agree; we are all people of this planet and time heals all wounds; “In Space: All Warriors are Cold Warriors”:), served in any War; be it the Desert Storm, Gulf War I or II, Vietnam, Korea, WW1 or WW2; if you have Gulf War Syndrome (GWS) AKA Gulf War Illness, or have been exposed to BZ, Anthrax, BT, or Agent Orange; or your just interested. come one, come all, all are welcome here.
This Web site is dedicated to all Vets of all Wars on both sides.
“Gulf War Syndrome Survivors” never have a nice day.
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