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Really? What if you’re medically retired?"Is medical separation an honorable discharge?"
Yes...”A medical discharge is typically a general discharge under honorable conditions, but the severity and circumstances under which the medical condition began can impact the type of discharge one receives. The details of the discharge will be listed on the DD-214.” [This was likely out of context.]. RG
No one is retired under “Other than Honorable”.Really? What if you’re medically retired?
Ok, but that’s not what I’m asking. I’m surprised you think most people medically discharged get a General (under honorable) discharge.No one is retired under “Other than Honorable”.
Some are injured due to their own misconduct. That would require a LOD investigation.
If You Were At Fault in the Accident
“If your accident or injury was caused by your own willful misconduct, you will not be able to collect any benefits for the disability. Generally, alcohol and drug abuse is considered willful misconduct barring benefits for any resulting injuries.”
Service Disability Compensation for Accidents Not Related to Combat <—-Link