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19 years 2 months (JBSA)

ArcD

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Good day,

Just a brief summary I am in the process of being MEDBOARDed. My PCM referred me early Aug. I found out that the reason why is for my ankles and lower back. I have heard that the process here in JBSA has been fairly quick (6 mo). I am trying to get to 20 (July 18). I have already submitted my request for retirement a few days before i was recommended. I had already given my PEBLO some admin documents; I have not talked to the MSC and filled out the VA form (claims). My first briefing will be early Oct. and i do not know where i am on the MEB/PEB time table; my medical readiness doesn't show an open case. So a few things:

1) How long did your MEDBOARD last from start to finish? I believe if i can stretch mine to 7 months my 90 days of transition will help me get to 20.

2) Can i still be medically retired even though the MEB process takes me past my 20 year mark or will I have the option to get a regular retirement?

3) What are the chances of being on limited duty/found fit at a 19 year 2 month mark?

4) Any and all advise are welcome.


Thank you.
 

nunez1795

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Mine took me 11th months from start to final out which was today. There was no appeals or trying to drag my feet. I was trying to get done as fast as possible. I started clearing the day day they called me in saying I hit traspro. I cleared in 7 days and still had to sell 5 days.
 

ArcD

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Mine took me 11th months from start to final out which was today. There was no appeals or trying to drag my feet. I was trying to get done as fast as possible. I started clearing the day day they called me in saying I hit traspro. I cleared in 7 days and still had to sell 5 days.

JBSA right?

Thanks!
 

Mk45Gunner

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Here's a link to my Timeline. There's a some good advice in there. I also was referred at 19 years and 2 months and was initially freaking out at the thought I could do 19+ years and just get the boot. I've managed to slow mine to a crawl with a little luck, some celestial alignment, and great advice from some of the members here.

http://www.pebforum.com/site/threads/19-years-2-months-refered-to-ides.38691/
 
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