As a Viet vet, stationed at U-Tapao Royal Thai Naval Airfield, with the 635th Combat Support Group, from 1971 to 1974, you may emulate one of our little joys we had, (the USO Sunday treat), by starting your day with coffee and donut(s). Then, as we would walk over to the base exchange, and have an ‘all day’ hot dog, with (i know i was uncultured then) ketchup and relish, with a chhocolate milk, as we walked and ate back to work. Then, after work, head, ahem, downtown, for a luscious Texas size Denver omelette at a bar owned by an expat! Enjoy!
I call it Armistice Day.
Will be happy if it ever comes usable. I had a tooth break off below the gum and had to see a local dentist for an emergency extraction. Called the VA medical center dental office to try and get reimbursed over 2 months ago and nothing heard yet.
The dentist who has contracted with VA before did a free exam with xrays and all and sent them to the medical center dental office to get authorization to treat me. He has yet to get authorization, but the medical center dental office did call me to give me an appointment to see the dentist the day before Thanksgiving 3 months after breaking the tooth. I asked them to allow me to see the local dentist, but they insist I drive 400 miles round trip the day before Thanksgiving to have a dental exam by the VA dentist.
So I get to spend 8 hours driving on one of the busiest travel days of the year in probably winter weather over the continental divide mountain pass to get an exam a dentist 15 miles from my home could do and already did.
Mission act still needs some work. It worked great for my vision and auditory exams, but not dental.