NOTE: This disposition is nonprecedential.
United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
JACK DAVIS, Claimant-Appellant
ROBERT WILKIE, SECRETARY OF VETERANS AFFAIRS, Respondent-Appellee
Appeal from the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims in No. 17-4975, Judge William S. Green-berg.
Decided: December 5, 2019
JACK DAVIS, St. Louis, MO, pro se. MICHAEL DUANE AUSTIN, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, United States Department of Jus-tice, Washington, DC, for respondent-appellee. Also repre-sented by JOSEPH H. HUNT, JAMES PATRICK CONNOR, ROBERT EDWARD KIRSCHMAN, JR.; CHRISTOPHER O. ADELOYE, BRIAN D. GRIFFIN, Office of General Counsel,
2 DAVIS v. WILKIE
United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Washing-ton, DC.
Before LOURIE, DYK, and CHEN, Circuit Judges.
Jack Davis appeals from a decision of the Court of Ap-peals for Veterans Claims (“Veterans Court”). The Veter-ans Court affirmed a decision of the Board of Veterans’ Appeals (“Board”) that Mr. Davis is not entitled to effective dates earlier than February 25, 2010, for his diabetes and secondary erectile dysfunction claims and August 31, 2010, for his coronary artery disease claim. We affirm.
Jack Davis served in the U.S. Army from August 1965 to May 1969. His service included a tour of duty in Thai-land. Between 1995 and 1997, Mr. Davis suffered a heart attack and was diagnosed with diabetes and erectile dys-function. Although Mr. Davis “believed [he] was exposed to toxic herbicides while serving in Thailand in 1966/67,” Appellant’s Br. 2, he did not