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David H. B. Marshall 28 Meadowview Rd., Wayland, MA., 01778, TEL: 508-877-0461Emphasis & paraphrasing throughout.WITH THE HELP OF MANY, LESSONS LEARNED OVERCAME “DIFFICULTY WITH BALANCE”, “DIZZINESS” AND “DISORIENTATION” [11] ATTACKS AS BEING RELATED TO VISION AND EXTREME STRESS, E.G., ONE VETERAN REPRESENTATIVE COMMITTED SUICIDE, ANOTHER WAS GIVEN EARLY RETIREMENT AND A THIRD RESIGNED.ARE YOU ONE OF THE LISTED DELIBERATELY INJURED SEVENTY EIGHT (78)? THEY ARE IN MY BOSTON, MA., DEPT. OF VETERANS AFFAIRS (VA) ENT CHIEF’S “CLEARLY ARE DOCUMENTED IN HIS SERVICE RECORD”![11] IN 2005 IGNORED ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF THEIR RECORDED THEN KNOWN 1952 TO 1956 CERTAIN INJURY OF AN UNPROTECTED JET-ENGINE 87,381 X TO 699,051 X SOUND PRESSURE! THE 1973 NATIONAL PERSONNEL RECORDS CENTER FIRE DESTROYED MOST OF THESE USAF AND USN 1952 TO 1956 IN-SERVICE DOCUMENTS. CONGRESS’S 1974 PRIVACY ACT CENSORED ALL CO-SUBJECT IDENTITY FROM THOSE THAT SURVIVED! IF YOU KNOW ANY OF THE SEVENTY EIGHT (78) PLEASE SEND THIS TO THEM.A JET-ENGINE SOUND PRESSURE EXPERIMENT.The at a radius of 50 feet 158 dB. “Noise” level to a 176 dB. level F-86D’s General Electric (GE) J47 jet-engine is in the DOD’s “A Compilation of Turbojet Noise Data” recorded in 1952 and published July 1956![1] A for each 6 dB. increase in “Noise” level sound pressure doubles, 60 dB. 0X NORMAL LEVEL, the 90 dB. 32X HEARING LOSS and the 130 dB. 3,413X JET-ENGINE INJURY American Medical Association criteria is in its Family Medical Guide 3d. Edition pages 364-366. This Is an 87,381X Sound Pressure Multiple to a 699,051X Multiple Unprotected Non-consensual, J-47 Jet-engine Subjugation! In direct disobedience of the DOD Secretary’s 1953 order [2] is this then known certain injury. Four (4) years earlier, 1949, is one of the from 1936 Research & Development (R&D) “Noise” protections in the filmed initial flights of the 1st. commercial jet-aircraft the British Comet.[3] The U.S. Senate “designed to harm” [14] DOD then known from 1936 lesson learned means of certain injury is its 1952 “Turbojet Noise” with its also 1952 preplanned 1955 “ACOUSTIC NOISE CONTROL” [4]! The end result was a 6 years later version of the 1949 “Noise” protection of a from 1936 R&D injury preventing DOD 1955 “EAR DEFENDERS”![4] Both of which are in the same R&D family as those used in tanks, in airplanes and on aircraft carriers during WWII to-date.[3] The non-consenting, subjects were disabled by repeated scientific protocol certain injury trials. Recorded are the experiment’s multiple overall trial results with the duplicated prevention of “to harm”![14]. Six (6) months after the 6/25/87 U.S. Supreme Court STANLEY’congress is responsible for’ DOD experiments [5] is the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) VA defective governing “schedule…for” [DOD] “disabilities” retroactive to 23 March 1956 “Diseases of the Ear”. A VA 12/7/87 Title 38, Ch. 1, Part 4 finessing of the since 1936 jet-engine well known by 1949 cause & effects 1952 to 1956 DOD “designed to harm” results. Which is an after fifty one (51) years of R&D experience “schedule” manipulation and omission of the known cause and its “disabilities”! The veterans court Chief Judge’s 1994 ‘no teeth’,”The court may not review the schedule of ratings for disabilities or the policies underlying the schedule.”[8] demonstrates no accountability for same. These restrictions are taken advantage of at the lower levels of the Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA) and at the local VA Regional Office. This 12/8/88 established veterans court 1994 statement means that effectively there is no unrestricted U.S. Court revisiting of the 6/25/87 U.S. Supreme Court STANLEY [5] congress is responsible for issue. This is the 1994 U.S. Senate’s stated from 1944 should be BUT IN 2005 still no Judicial Branch redress for the “EXPERIMENTS THAT WERE DESIGNED TO HARM”!! [13, 14 pages 4, 35 G. & 15]THE TEST GROUPS.The USAF Test Group was the Tyndall AFB, Panama City, Fla., 3632nd. Sqd. F-86D Test Flight section.[11] The USN Test Group was at the Corpus Christi Navel Air Station, Corpus Christi, Texas.[3] The USAF Test Group was 3 – 5 teams of 3 people each. The cockpit man had on earphones and a throat microphone, the two prime subjects on the ground had no “Noise” protection. 1,000’s of other injured Tyndall USAF & Corpus Christi USN flight line personnel also were not provided with protection unlike for those at other bases, on aircraft carriers and at commercial facilities. German, British, Russian, Japanese and American films & literature demonstrate the 1936 to 1949 and by 1952 Research & Developed (R&D) “acoustic noise control” [4] during the operation of “Turbojet” aircraft, i.e., progressive pilot headgear changes, for passengers and for flight line personnel.[3]THE SUPPORTING RECORD.Some of the veteran 5/21/56 retained and 1991 to-date many times submitted facts are [11]: The 7/1/52 “O/K for A/C” (Aviation Cadets) with perfect health including eye sight and hearing. Followed by the 11/20/52 acoustic trauma “nausea” and “Blurring” of vision unprotected jet mechanic’s training receipt of cause diverting ‘reading glasses’. In direct disobedience of the DoD Secretary’s 2/26/53 order [2] a pre-Cadet jet-engine subjugation 8 DAY 5/27/53 to 6/3/53 sick & dizzy hospitalization. On 7/4/53 a concealing OK for flying exam. As documented by the USAF Physician’s 1/29/54 Cadet Wing Commander washout exam’s, “Had some trouble with hearing while working on warm-up crew for F86-D with very high noise levels.” And the 2/1/54 “it is unusual to find such a severe deafness”! Falsely recorded as a “4 DAY COLD” and “NORMAL HEARING” on the 5/21/56 Separation from Service!THE “WARM-UP” EXPERIMENTATION TRIALS.Under the deception of Test Flight preparation the F-86D was taxied to a remote section of the base and parked within the center of a circle. During many 1952-1956 trials the J47 engine was run from 87,381X through a range of throttle settings to the max. power of ‘afterburner takeoff’ at 699,051X. A formal written procedure was on a board clipped to the leg while in the cockpit. The Crash/Fire Control Tower was informed of when at each designated throttle setting. The on the ground unprotected primary test subjects performed visual ‘hands on’ inspection of different parts of the aircraft during the various settings, e.g., the 2-3 feet away from the J47 inspection of wheel well systems with the 1952 known 50 foot away lowest 87,381X setting vs. the 3,413X jet-engine injury and 32 X danger of hearing loss! The Base Control Tower was only contacted when going into afterburner and for permission to taxi. One source said, “It isn’t a question of serious injury, but how much!” On the energy levels involved he stated, “How many ‘A’ bombs does it take to kill one person!”The after Cadet experiment continuation is proven by both of the USAF Physician’s 7/29/54 get him off the flight line memo! And the year later also ignored 7/21/55 do not expose to “loud acoustic trauma”. On 5/7/57 the Boston VA Regional Office requested and stamped as 6/3/57 received the 6/25/52 to 5/21/56 in-service record “to harm” [14] evidence. Then their own VA Physician’s 6/26/57 acoustic trauma resultant “no vestibular function”. The 699,051 X sound pressure and consequences negation is by their VA RATING BOARD’s original 7/9/57 award of a 32 X hearing loss 10% disability. THIS IS VERIFIED BY: Their to-date ignored USAF SURGEON 6/25/58 “permanently medically disqualified for military service” resulting from their physician’s directly submitted 6/26/57 evidence! A covering up and disarming 1/29/59 Honorable Discharge, not medical, “recommended for reenlistment” “Yes”! In 1959 the continuing sick & dizzy attacks resulted in not realizing a third generation medical practice. A VA 6/9/65 noted jet-engine “acoustic trauma” exam’s overlooked sick & dizzy complaints. Over 1,200 connecting facts, 25 DoD, VA & HMO audiograms and 40 exams establish these from 1952-1956 in-service attacks. Progressively worse increases in frequency, intensity & duration with ‘dry heaves’ resulted in going to HMO physicians their recommendations & the 1991 VA reopening of the 1957 case, e.g., a 3/7/94 HMO Menieres disease diagnosis. Then the 10 years HMO letter of 4/20/94 to March 1984 not vision related “difficulty with balance”, “dizziness” and “disorientation”! On 8/2/95 a VA Hearing Officer certified my records [11] for review. The Boston VA ENT Chief’s 9/15/99 “symptoms of Menieres disease CLEARLY ARE DOCUMENTED in his service record” with progressively worse consequences but “no reliable treatment” establishes the origin. On 3/2/01 this “service record” was laymen designated as not “competent medical evidence” repeating their 6/27/96 negation of a previous VA physician’s 2/2/96 in service determination! The BVA on 1/24/02 confirmed the 7/9/57 RATING BOARD’s clear and unmistakable error by an in-service Menieres disease award. The VA “schedule” 12/7/87 “Diseases of the Ear” omits this known since 1861 disease with its also misidentified revealing symptoms NOT “Disease” of tinnitus, hearing loss and a “Menieres syndrome (vertigo)”! A family of 11 physicians, RNs, LPNs and a Director of Medical Records provides the foundation. This prime subject’s after service Pre-Med. education, Management Engineering Degree with R&D and claims experience accomplished insight.In 1994 the U.S. Senate noted a from 1944 should be but to-date not corrected DOD “experiments…designed to harm” that are prevented from being “associated with their military service”.[14] This is duplicated by the VA’s Agency of Original 7/9/57 Boston, MA Jurisdiction (AOJ) during an ongoing 14 years of 4 of the Chief Judge’s “if you don’t like it-appeal it”.[8] The 4th “appeal it” is a 3/4/05 awarded Menieres disease 60% disability retroactive to 8/11/94 not 5/21/56 The AOJ laymen have refused to recognize its then false hearing loss only symptom of a 10% disability. They have refused to address, kept from their own medical personnel and the BVA their 5/7/57 requested, stamped as 6/3/57 received 6/25/52 to 5/21/56 in-service record “to harm” [14] evidence. Ignored has been the from 1991 thirty eight (38) times submitted veteran retained 5/21/56 evidence. 48 YEARS LATER rediscovered were their 6/3/57 in-hand ORIGINAL typewritten service documents that on 8/1/05 were specifically medically identified and recorded! A 2005 FIRST TIME VERIFICATION OF THE AOJ’S LAYMEN FROM 7/9/57 UNTIL 8/1/05 WITHHOLDING AND CONTRAVENTION OF BOTH THEIR OWN PHYSICIAN’S 6/26/57 “NO VESTIBULAR FUNCTION” WITH ITS EXPERIMENT REVEALING USAF SURGEON HQ AARC 6/25/58 “PERMANENTLY MEDICALLY DISQUALIFIED FOR MILITARY SERVICE”![11]REFERENCES:[1] USAF PROJECT 7210 “A COMPILATION OF TURBOJET NOISE DATA”, BOLT BERANEK & NEWMAN, INC. CAMBRIDGE 38, MA. Sound pressure levels for all jet-engines in-service. Conducted at Wright Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) DAYTON, OHIO in 1952. 1954 logged in as the 401st report for that year published as REPORT 54-401 July 1956.

[2] Top Secret, Sec. of the DoD 26 February 1953 ‘NO non-consensual, human experiments’ ignored Memo to the Sec.’s of the Army, Navy & Air Force. CC. DoD Joint Chiefs of Staff and the R & D Board; see page 343, “The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code” by George J. Annas & Michael A. Grodin.

[3] The 1953 “Benox Report” by H. W. Ades, Emory Univ. and at least 16 USAF & USN 1949 to 1956 “CURRENT LIST OF MEDICAL LITERATURE” reports on jet-engine subjugation. Added German, British, Russian, Japanese, American films and literature on the from 1936 to 1955 R&D & production of jet & rocket engines with applicable “ACOUSTIC NOISE” protection are in the public domain.

[4] USAF 1952 conducted PROJECT 7210 based “Turbojet” sound pressure origin [3]: Wright Air Development Command TECH. REPORT preplanned in 1952 as NO. 52-204 published APRIL 1955, “HANDBOOK OF ACOUSTIC NOISE CONTROL”, VOL. 1., SUPP. 1., AERO-MEDICAL LAB., WPAFB, DAYTON, OHIO. And the USAF SCHOOL OF AVIATION MEDICINE, PROJECT NO. 21-1203-0001, REPORT NO. 55-63, AUG. 1955, “FIELD EVALUATION OF PLASTIC CUSTOM-MOLDED EAR DEFENDERS”.

[5] JUNE 25, 1987, U.S. V. STANLEY, 107 S. CT. 3054 (483 U.S. PAGE 669). It addresses the ‘congress is responsible’ for the issue of a 1958 DoD non-consensual, human drug trials and other experimentations.

[6] National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, April 1993 “Update on Dizziness”.



[9] VFW magazine. December 2002, Project Shipboard and Hazard Defense (SHAD) Page 22.

[10] DAV magazine. September/October 2003 issue, Page 25.

[11] MEDICAL DOCUMENTATION. It includes 40 sets of USAF 1952-1956 in-service records with 11 medical exams & the names and serial numbers of 117 injured personnel. With the Boston, MA. VA Regional Office Physician’s 6/26/57 “no vestibular function” and the resulting USAF SURGEON HQ AARC, 25 June 1958 “permanently medically disqualified for military service”!

[12] BVA DOCKET NO. 94 – 43223, DAVID H. MARSHALL; 1/24/02 Board of Veteran’s Appeals award of a 1952-1956 in-service “schedule” omitted Menieres disease.

[13] Feres v. United States, 340 U.S. 135, 146 (1950).


[15] www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/uscode38/uscsec3800000511—-000-.html “United States Code (USC) Title 38, 511. Decisions of the Secretary; finality.”


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