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Qualifications and injuries









What da “H@!! do you think If I was stuck with a bayonet I wouldn’t Bleed?

What da What? Come on and say something to the human race if you can.

I have cut the cake too! Ah do you suppose to control the breath you suck up

In the morning before you get yours out there in the morning breeze?

Please Noyah Please give me a break.

 Well well yeah I bleed too and I was a little smarter than a 5th grader.  You better bet I knew all the continents and many country and mountain ranges but mostly Mathematics was my first love and then I set to cutting cakes and rasing children and serving the nation was just one thing that I did—so don’t player hate you still don’t know me yet.  So ask the nay sayers, haters and players about single moms and all those things and see if you find the likes of my kind among them.  If I ever ran it wasn’t from responsibility but toward a finish line in a hot paced 440 or 220.




The records show that I was treated and released from Womack Army Hospital on 4 October 1966.  One procedure given was an Intraveneous Phylegram (IVP) on 26 September 1966.



This is a profile for high blood pressure  “3P” 

The written hospital discharge show that the IVP was completed 26 Sept 66 and this date was prior to date of hospiitalization.  Another was performed 29 Sept 66 and a bruit in the abdomen was discovered; systolic heart murmur and narrowing of the arteries.  The IVP showed a double collecting system which one doctor called normal.  Now if you answered the first question about the diagnosis as resulting from trauma would not pass the test for medical qualification it given by Dr. Jackson the US Army Cardiovascular surgeon.



This is the profile for low back syndrome.  What actually is a syndrone it seems that those things are in the head and not the back.  The automobile struck me in the back and I struck my head when I was tossed about twenty feet into the ditch.  Sure I had a Head ache and maybe that’s what they were talking about but this Idea struck me as strange because the pain in my back was real.


The back of the second profile show that “D” means no streneous physical activities and “U” is a special code for no parachute jumping.  It appeared that the Unit Comander was in tune with the medical boards because he gave me 30 days convalesence leave from 18 NoV 66 through 19 Dec 66.  What da What do you think was the reasons for these actions.  Now don’t forget that I was promoted to specialist E/4 on May 20, 1966 and was a specialist on a 4.2 Mortar when I was struck by the automobile 17 Sept 66.

WHA? say You–no injury!!!

Well I said I was Airborne not bionic!

Do you believe the actions taken hospitalization, two light duty profiles, 30 convalesence leave indicate no injury but essential hypertension.  There were numerous prescriptions including some for High blood pressure, fainting, dizzeness ect.  What say you—ever been struck in the back by and automobile traveling at a high rate of speed?


November 11, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | | Leave a comment

Struck by Automobile 9-17-66

Dispensary records show that IVP was ordered 20 september 66 and 27 september 66 before admitted to the Wormack Army Hospital on 28 September 66.

The VA indicates that it received these records and C&P examination indicate that US Army medical records show high blood pressures at 160/100 and ignore the higher pressures or 185/120 and 176/110 shown on the same page which they got the lower readings. The VA also ignore Dr. Wise 154/112 which was on 22 December after the adequate ambulatory period on anti-hypertensive medications.

Soldiers are welcome to note these two documents and tell me what do you think. I was airborne and gun-woHa do you think this covered my a?? when I was struck by an Automobile. If my normal blood pressure was 130/70 and never before discovered to be a diastolic greater than 80 before the accident do you think the high pressure reading the day of the accident was due to the accident or unexplained?

Now if there are a number of diagnosis and one included unexplained high blood pressure and the other high blood pressure due to trauma as a result of injuries sustained to the back from being struck by an automobile which one do the think would be correct. Which one do you think the US Army picked. Let me get a shout out from you veterans? What is the appropriate diagnosis?

November 11, 2008 Posted by | Government, veterans | | 4 Comments













THIS soldier’s struggle is all about studying war no more or using every defence of God and Country for the preservation of self. How else can one come to self and deny that which he provides to any other? Let me hear what you talkers have to say about these observations. I have survived this ordeal to this point because I am more than a soldier at heart and in spirit. If I were just a grunt and bruit who take the battle to the enemy I would be lost and at best a killer without a cause.


EVIDENCE RE:   standard or physical fitness as described under AR 40-501:

1 Par. 3-23 Hypertensive Cardiovascular Disease and hypertensive vascular disease. The Causes of medical unfitness for further military service are–

a) diastolic pressure of over 110 mm of mercury following adequate period of oral therapy while on ambulatory status.

b) Any documented history of hypertension regardless of the pressure values if associated with heart disease or Gr III changes in fundi

I had a right to the Special Court-martial and Medical Evaluation Board [MEB] to present this evidence but was arbitrarily denied that right. I was also denied  hearing related to the 635-212 discharge. Capt. Michael J. Maloney’s allegations that accused elected the summary court-martial after being offered the AR-15 is plain error in the face of the facts that the election has not be substantiated in writing by the US Army; My primary medical officer entered the fact in my medical records I sought assistance to acquire MEB on 17 Jan 67 anticipating a Special Court-martial after refusing the Summary and that the officers of the summary court processed  635-212 discharge without affording me legal counsel or a hearing which would have been available under the special court-martial.  These actions violated the due process which I was entitled.

The following statement of facts was made in request for correction of military records Army Board for Correction of Military Records herein [ABCMR ] docket number ABCMR .

Documents attached as additional pages here.  These pages support facts that the solder has the right to protect and is responsible for his physical health and well being and should report any injuries which are persistent and improperly healed. AR 40-501 par 8-3 1996.

pages attached will support that Morris J. Peavey, Jr. the soldier was:

1___ in great physical condition when inducted in the US Army with bp of 130/80 and the normal presure was measured at 130/70 while hospitalized 1965.

2___passed the physical fitness test with a score of 499 out of a possible 500 with the highest score in his military unit graduating from basic training Ft. Dix NJ 1965.

3—was ranked Sp4-E4 assistant gunner of the 4.2 inch mortar and maintained a performance and conduct rating of excellent conduct and performance effrective December 16, 1966 when he was disqualified for airborne duties due to injuries received September 17, 1966.

4—had been struck by an automobile as a pedistrian on september 17, 1966 and recieved injuries to his lower torso.  Complained of back pains, headaches, and dizzeness and blood pressure found to be 185/120 9-20-66, discovered to have heart murmur, bruit in abdomen, abnormal wbcj, IVP show double collecting system.

5—was hospitalized 9-28-66 thru 10-4-66 and murmur confirmed, narrowing of arteries, high blood pressure, bruit confirmed, IVP show double collecting system, abnormal wbc.

6—was released from hospital with “3p” profile restrict duties to permanent limited duty 4 oct 66.

7—issued a second profile indicating code D “no streneous physical activities” and U no parachute jumping on 24 OCT 66.

8—received medical treatments and required frequent heat treatments, pain medications, and high blood pressure medications—went on 30 days convalesence leave 18 Nov 66 through 18 December 66.

9—examined the day after convalensce leave [19 Dec 1966] and blood pressure found 154/112 after 3 months after the accident and a reasonable period on anti-hypertensive medications and ambulary.  Dr. Wise notes “Compensation Case” 22 Dec 66 and order further tests to include orthopedic examination.

10–examined  23 Dec 1966 by Dr. Lafallet the orthopedist who jumped into his arms during the examination and indicated that he was fit for full duties and made the full duties manditory.  This was disregarding Dr. wise orders, observations, suggested diagnosis of cardio-renal disease.  Dr. Lafallet ordered discontinuance of medications.

11–Capt. Maloney the unit commander had ordered soldier duties as a paratrooper changed effective 16 Dec 66.  Capt. Maloney had rated the soldiers performance and conduct as excellent prior to Dr. Lafallet’s orders based upon his unorthodox examination.

12–Capt. Maloney order KP and policing duties [ 30 miles] across the post between 24 Dec 66 and 5 Jan 67.  These duties were assigned during a period while I was clearing the airborne unit, the Xmas holidays and facing cruel jokes from Airborne soldiers about my new leg status.

13–5 Jan 67 the dispensary refused all medication except asperins although I had been on anti-hypertensive meds since 28 september 66.  I suffered extreme head and back aches and dizzeness and memory lost at the time.  I was extremely angry and flusterated and went AWOL to seek proper medical treatments.

14–I remained AWOL from 5 Jan 67 through 16 Jan 67.

Comments are welcome on any aspect of the rights of the soldier to protect himself, his service, and memories after the wars are over.  This is a simple right which every one takes for granted therefore, it should not be a confusing issue for those who believe in acting as guardians of life.

November 3, 2008 Posted by | Government, inspiration | , | Leave a comment