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    ANGI 36-3001 Incapacitation Pay

    For those concerned, I've attached a copy of the formal 'draft' version of ANGI 36-3001, and the Guidance Memo that states it should be followed, etc. Though looking at the Memo, it seems that the time period has expired, so I'm even more confused than before.
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    Sudden stop of Incap Pay...Fit for (light) Duty???

    For all those concerned about the new 'draft' version of angi 36-3001, I received the updated version and attached it below. I've also attached the memo that states that the new draft should be followed, though if I read it right, the time period has expired, so I'm not sure how that's handled....
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    Sudden stop of Incap Pay...Fit for (light) Duty???

    Gotta love it. The 'non-duty' condition they are referring to is a diagnosis of depression, which is associated to my back pain, which is the real issue. The back pain, I do have an LOD for. According to my flight doc on base, even though in the civilian world, doctors can and do make the...
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    Sudden stop of Incap Pay...Fit for (light) Duty???

    That's not the first time that I've heard that ANGI 36-3001 (1996 version) is no longer valid, but nobody has any substantiating information that shows that it's been superseded, or void/outdated all together, and it still shows active under e-publishing.af.mil Thus I'm very confused. Though, I...
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    Sudden stop of Incap Pay...Fit for (light) Duty???

    Abosolutely, I'm following that thread as closely as this one. I did have a question, though it's probably subjective... Does the AF/ANG have a definition for 'Light-Duty'? I know I have back pain, though my commander seems to want me on light duty, which I assume means answering phones, etc...
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    Sudden stop of Incap Pay...Fit for (light) Duty???

    I received the letter that my commander wrote that puts me on 'light-duty', which according to him is considered 'fit-for-duty with restrictions', which apparently is what is terminating my Incap Pay, and he feels that because I'm able to do light duty I can just stay at a desk and do paperwork...
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    ANGI 36-3001 Incapacitation Pay

    LT G, Just wanted to let you know that you're not alone. I've also been affected by this apparent 'new change in orders' but seem to be in the same situation where nobody knows what to reference or why they're doing things...but just doing things because that's what they were told with no...
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    Sudden stop of Incap Pay...Fit for (light) Duty???

    Oh where to start...I'm a Air Natl Guard Airman, and I was injured my back while performing some mechanic work on a jet on 4 Feb 2011. My med group didn't even get my LOD paperwork rolling until around August 2011, so despite continuous pain I wasn't able to receive medical treatment except out...
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    ANG-AF MEB process...lost... are you surprised? :-)

    Hey all, So far this forum has been very helpful and I appreciate everyone taking the time to get involved. Anyways, here's my story. I hurt my back at work Feb 2011. Around June they finally completed the LOD which agreed that I did hurt myself at work and here is where it gets quite tricky...
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