Ok Where to start. My Hubby had a Heart Attack after a pt test in Feb 2016. He was taken to the hospital and a stint was put in his left ventricle artery. Its a medicated stint. Fast forward 6 months the Cardiologist is telling us his heart is strong and they see minimal damage to the heart and are very pleased with that but the catch is he is on a dual platelet therapy (two blood thinners) which makes him non deploy-able. According to the Dr we have year window due to the heart attack. So Feb 2017 is coming up quickly and we need to decide what to do. He will also hit 20 Active in Feb 2017. We are overseas so getting a second opinion is hard. So the Dr says we have two choices stop one of the blood thinners at a year and be deploy-able again or stay on them and take our chances with a MEB. In the civilian world they would leave him on both med because bleeding out is not as big of risk as in a combat situation. He really can't drop a packet for retirement due to taking a promotion= 3 year commitment. So I have tried to read everything I can about the Meb and not sure how they determine Fit/unfit in my mind if he is non deploy-able and they board him that would make him unfit but I know that's not how it works. Any input would be greatly appreciated.He has otherissues but no one has ever mentioned a meb so I'm going to assume they will not cause the unfit decision.