Air national guard - recall but found unfit for duty

Russ35057

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I just got a message from my state that I might potentially mobilized due to the coronavirus threat. 2 things though... First I was found unfit by the IPEB and awaiting ratings and second my ETS currently is April 25th..

Former or current guardsmen can they mobilize me even though I was found unfit?
 

RaiderX

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They should have all this Identified already for you. However, if the activate you and provide you orders they would be lawful and you would have to show.
 

Russ35057

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I totally understand that. I wouldn't be that useful... that's what I signed up for though... just hope they dont send me back to my unit and put me somewhere else
 

RaiderX

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The big kicker here would be a stop loss order
 

Russ35057

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We do have a national emergency.... and they would have to call me back to active duty and not weekend warrior...
 

heathro1281

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I would worry about Stop Loss. But I wouldn't worry about orders to move as part of the MEB is identifying that you can not go TDY during MEB process. If you are unfit, you should be on a profile. My profile is a full nonmobilized nondeployable profile so even if I am called up I couldn't respond, but Stop Loss would keep me at my desk.
 

heathro1281

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From my PEBLO:

Hello. The following message was sent out from AFPC Disability Branch:

"Disability separations and retirements are an exception to current stop

movement orders, therefore AFPC will continue to set dates of separation per

the usual rules. However, some Airmen may have unique difficulties with

out-processing actions, e.g., TMO or travel arrangements due to the situation

at their location. PEBLOs should contact the respective case managers if they

have an Airman who will have a hardship due to their DOS. These issues will

be considered on a case-by-case basis. AFMRA will continue to provide

information as it becomes available."
 

Russ35057

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VA RI Called Just now - 100% P&T Chapter 35, the conditions referred for the MEB MDD - 50% (GAD Combined), Bilateral Joint fusions in feet 30% and additional 10%right foot, and 10%left foot. if i run it through the calculator - 80%DoD....
 

Russ35057

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Va closed today 100% p&t. 50, 10, 10 for ides... so I'm guessing 60% dod
 
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