medical separation

  1. ROMAD

    Is Retirement status possible after medical discharge

    Just wanted to get some feedback from the group on my situation. I was MED Boarded out of the AF in 1993, placed on TDRL, and ultimately Medically Separated in 1995 with Severance at 10%. My understanding at the time was The Air Force used the VA Disability Rating standards as a general guide...
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    Signed 199 on JUL 31ST ERB changed to Reenli/elig 9H AUG 16TH

    As the title reads I signed my 199 on the 31st, I have been waiting for the PDA to approve and get on the TRANSPROC list and get NLT/orders. Does your ERB change to Reenli/elig 9H when you go onto TRANSPROC? Or did someone just finally update my ERB showing I'm going through a medboard? I am...
  3. P

    Upgrading Medical Separation to Military Retirement

    Hoping someone can steer me in the right direction here. I received a medical discharge w/ severance payment in May 2013 for a lower spine injury. The injury was initially rated at 20% therefore making me ineligible for military retirement. The VA recently increased the rating to 40%. Is it now...
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    Ft. Riley - IMR denied, MEB & PEB system down??

    To Whom it May Concern, I am currently E-5 active duty army and going through the MEB process at Ft. Riley. My packet has been submitted to the PEB and I am currently waiting on ratings (week 2) and being told that there is a new system in play, a back up and things on hold for up to 5 to 8...
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    Can I apply for TERA while going through an MEB?

    Hello everyone. First, thank you ahead of time for the help! I have been in the Air Force for almost 17 1/2 years now. I am going through an MEB for my back and was just offered 20% disability for my back and a medical separation including 80% VA disability. I am going to appeal to the formal...
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    Navy HPSP student recommended for medical separation

    Hi all, I'm currently a medical student in the HPSP program. Last year at Officer Development School, I was diagnosed with bilateral pulmonary emboli. Today, I have completely recovered and do not need life-long anticoagulation. Navy Recruiting Command has determined that I am not physically...
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