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13If you suffer from neuropathy, then one of the most frustrating things would be the constant pain and tingling or numbness sensation in your hands and feet.<br />
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15You might find it to be extremely hard for you&hellip;even when you eat reasonably well.<br />
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17You might be feeling loss of balance and co-ordination.<br />
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21<b>The good news is...</b><br />
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23One of my closest friends, <b>Mark Fellers</b> has just discovered this <a href="http://smartsocitey.us/PWzNOGOTtRyrXsPE3bMPYaLHa2xtBIaDFdSyaExTkvWDbXXNfw" style="font-family:arial;" target="blank"><b>strange trick</b></a> from the Tsimane tribe in Mexico that can heal neuropathy extremely fast!<br />
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25Once I tried this myself, I had to share it with you...<br />
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27<a href="http://smartsocitey.us/PWzNOGOTtRyrXsPE3bMPYaLHa2xtBIaDFdSyaExTkvWDbXXNfw" style="font-family:arial;" target="blank"><b>Strange Tribal Trick Heals Neuropathy FAST</b></a><br />
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39<span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:3px;">hough significantly represented in the retired senior commissioned officer ranks of the U.S. Navy, a much smaller cohort of current active duty and active Reserve officers (all of the latter being captains or flag officers as of 2017) were commissioned via the Navy&#39;s since discontinued Aviation Officer Candidate School (AOCS) program for college graduates. AOCS focused on producing line officers for Naval Aviation who would become Naval Aviators and Naval Flight Officers upon completion of flight training, followed by a smaller cohort who would become Naval Air Intelligence Officers and Aviation Maintenance Duty Officers. Designated as Aviation Officer Candidates (AOCs), individuals in the AOCS program were primarily non-prior military service college graduates, augmented by a smaller cohort of college-degreed active duty, reserve or former enlisted personnel. In the late 1970s, a number of Air Force ROTC cadets and graduates originally
40 slated for undergraduate pilot training (UPT) or undergraduate navigator training (UNT) lost their flight training slots either immediately prior to or subsequent to graduation, but prior to going on active duty, due to a post-Vietnam reduction in force (RIF) that reduced the number of flying slots for AFROTC graduates by approximately 75% in order to retain flight training slots for USAFA cadets and graduates during the same time period. Many of these individuals, at the time all male, resigned their inactive USAF commissions and also attended AOCS for follow-on naval flight training. AOCs were active duty personnel in pay grade E-5 (unless having previously held a higher Active Duty or Reserve enlisted grade in any of the U.S. armed forces) for the duration of their 14-week program. Upon graduation, they were commissioned as ensigns in the then-U.S. Naval Reserve on active duty, with the option to augment their commissions to the Regular Navy after 4 to 6 years of commissioned ser
41 vice. AOCS also included the embedded Aviation Reserve Officer Candidate (AVROC) and Naval Aviation Cadet (NAVCAD) programs. AVROC was composed of college students who would attend officer training in two segments similar to Marine Corps PLC, but would do so between their junior and senior year and again following college graduation, receiving their commission upon completion of the second segment. The NAVCAD program was in operation from 1935 through 1968 and again from 1986 through 1993. NAVCADs were enlisted personnel who held associate degrees, but lacked bachelor&#39;s degrees. NAVCADs would complete the entire AOCS program, but would not be commissioned until completion of flight training and receiving their wings. After their initial operational tour, they would be assigned to a college or university full-time for no more than two years in order to complete their bachelor&#39;s deg</span><br />
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