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Warrior644

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I cannot get the dd form 2860 to download for anything can some please help
Welcome to the PEB Forum! :)

Per your request, please reference the attachment to review the DD Form 2860. Take care! :cool:

Thus, I quite often comment that "possessing well-informed knowledge is truly a powerful equalizer!"

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mrgaryliott

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can you please send me form dd 2860 to my e-mail. I need to put it in a file so I can be able to make it fillable
 

mrbill10

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I filed for CRSC last June, 2017. I still haven't heard from them and now it is 9/6/2017. Does anyone know for sure how long it takes for them to process the applications? Also, having retired from Civil Service I was required to waive my Military Retirement Payment. I fought OMB for over year and got nowhere, wondering if my CRSC will be approved. I am 100% disabled, totally unemployable and housebound. OMB told me they don't accept VA Disability Ratings. Has anyone out there experienced this same thing, and how did you resolve it?
 

No Slack Bayonet

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What are you trying to claim Bill? If you waived your military retirement to get a civil service retirement and still get va chances are it's gonna be a no.
 

SOFVET

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I'm a medically retired OPM employee (NG FED TECH) and also medically retired military. VA benefits and OPM benefits go hand in hand during the retirement process. You will receive both. In some instances you may already have an established VA rating. The higher the rating, the more likely to be flagged for MEB. You can choose between military retirement or VA, whichever is greater. Take into consideration the tax implications though. OPM is also taxable. SSDI is also attainable via a 100 percent SSDI award reduced split offset the first year with OPM annuity. You can work while collecting the OPM annuity but cannot earn more than 80 percent of your previous grade wages or if you collect SSDI you cannot earn more than $1170 per month and it is also taxable.
 

SOFVET

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I meant choose between OPM and military retirement. Not VA
 

bleacherspy

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That's the one I am using. Newest I could find and that's what the Navy's link sent me too also
 

angelo1289

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Hello,

Can someone give me an idea how much I can get with CRSC? I was given a 40% combat medical retirement from the reserves. I 've just gotten 80% from the va and 40% from the va for the injury I sustained with the reserves. I have a total of 19yrs and 8 months service!!!!! For of it active duty. any help or ballpark figure would be appreciated. Thanks
 

Dapoet200

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This form is so hard to find. It seems like it has been taken down from every site I go to. But my friend BOZ got it 4 months ago before they took it down . He's like Batman for veterans. I'll try to attach it here .
 

RonG

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Each service has a CRSC element and the current CRSC form should be found on their website.

Here are links to the different webpages, including one for DFAS CRSC:

CRSC Websites
CRSC Information
DFAS: https://www.dfas.mil/retiredmilitary/disability/crsc.html
Army: https://www.hrc.army.mil/content/CRSC
Air Force: http://www.afpc.af.mil/Combat-Related-Special-Compensation
Navy/USMC:
http://www.secnav.navy.mil/mra/CORB/Pages/CRSCB/default.aspx
USCG: https://www.uscg.mil/ppc/ras/CRDP-CRSC-News.asp
 

RonG

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Hello,
Can someone give me an idea how much I can get with CRSC? I was given a 40% combat medical retirement from the reserves. I 've just gotten 80% from the va and 40% from the va for the injury I sustained with the reserves. I have a total of 19yrs and 8 months service!!!!! For of it active duty. any help or ballpark figure would be appreciated. Thanks
It is my understanding that you are a Chapter 61 (medical) retiree and you have less than 20 years service.

--You will waive/lose DoD retired pay dollar for dollar in the amount of VA compensation received.
--Your CRSC will replace some of the waived retired pay
--You should receive the lesser of
a. The dollar amount of the longevity portion of your retired pay
or
b. The dollar amount associated with the VA approved disabilities that are combat-related. Your service determines/approves the combat related disabilities based on the evidence you provide to the board. The percentages and amounts are found in the VA compensation tables. In other words, if your service approved 50% for CRSC and you are married with no children, then the VA rate for veteran with spouse 50% rate would be used in the comparison of a and b.
--Any residual retired pay left from the waiver will reduce the amount of CRSC payable

--Computation of longevity portion of your retired pay:
1. Total points for retirement divided by 360 = Active duty time (AD)
2. AD x 2.5% = multiplier
3. High three average base pay x multiplier = longevity portion of retired pay.
 
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