Hello everyone, I'm an active duty enlisted Soldier in the US Army. Been in for just over 19 years now. I was diagnosed as being a diabetic nearly 5 years ago. I go in for my last PHA and the doctor notices I'm on Metformin and been on that medication for a very long time. My last A1C was 6.7 and I've always ranged in the 6.0-6.7 range. I was never put in for a MEB prior. I always pass my eye exams 20/20 and don't have any loss of feeling in my legs or feet. Low and behold I get a call from the IDES folks last week saying a MEB/ PEB has been initiated. My main cause of concern in how likely is it that I'm going to be found "unfit" for duty? I have always taken the 3-event APFT and scored in the 240-270 range, never busted "tape", and I have excellent NCOER's. I want to be found fit for duty and keep on serving, but I would like some feed back from folks who have been though this process and can give me some insite whether I should or should not fight it. I thank you for your time and god bless everyone this holiday season.