I am a 46 year-old female O4 with 18 years of active duty and no combat deployments. I busted tape in May 2018 and got flagged for ABCP. In Oct, my boss sent me to my PCM to get a "memo" stating that I have medical conditions that are preventing me from losing weight, for him to put in my ABCP packet as he was preparing to administratively chapter me out of the Army. On Oct 3, instead of the memo, my PCM put me on a P3 profile for my neck and back, initiating MEB. My history: I have been in BH treatment for Adjustment Disorder since 2012 (over six years now!) and was diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea in June 2018 and finally started CPAP therapy on Oct 17. These are the two conditions that I believe have caused me to gain weight (especially chronic stress over the past six years due to toxic leadership during my attempt at completing a post-graduate Long Term Health Education & Training residency, which is documented with 15-6 investigation findings of a hostile work environment and triggered me to seek BH therapy starting in 2012, and depression and from being stuck in shitty jobs desk jobs as punishment for withdrawing from the toxic residency, instead of working as a medical professional, which is what I went to college and medical school to do). My referral to the MEB is based on diagnosis of Severe DDD with a bulging disc and kyphosis in my neck, and scoliosis and arthritis in my thoracic and lumbar spine, which prevent me from being able to wear combat helmet and body armor, rendering me non-deployable. I also have a history of femoral neck fracture from my first attempt at Airborne School in 1992, surgery on both feet for acquired hallux valgus deformity in 2011 & 2012. So far I've had two VA C&P exams - audiology with a diagnosis of tinnitus, and psychiatry with a diagnosis of adjustment disorder (which is supposed to be temporary but I've had for more than six years). My final C&P physical exam is on Nov 14. I am concerned about losing my retirement benefits if not found unfit with 30% by DoD and being separated with only severance pay. I know about COAD, but money can't buy happiness, so I am tempted to throw in the towel rather than fight for some extra money. To add insult to injury, my boss told me, in a written counseling statement because I missed PT formation because of my sleep problem (even as a field grade officer, I am required to show my face at 0620 accountability formation every day) that he can't recommend me for a retirement award because I am still flagged for ABCP (My PCM did finally give me a memo on Oct 25 stating that I am not medically cleared to participate in ABCP) I know that nobody on this forum can tell me what the outcome of my MEB/PEB will be at this point, but I just wanted to share my story in an effort to vent my frustration at being forced out like I'm nothing, after investing 26 years of my life into my military career (9 years Enlisted + 4 years ROTC Green-To-Gold + 4 years Health Professions Scholarship Program through medical school + 9 years as an Officer.) Feels like 26 years of my life wasted.