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tech9314

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Im doing an AWS skillbridge, and yeah its a lot of money lol
How was your process with applying for Skillbridge while going through a PEB? I'm debating on applying but not sure if I'll have any luck. I'm Navy, not sure if you are in another braanch.

I've been in PEB stage since July 6 and was told I probably won't have a DD214 in hand before next year. Any advice? Would you be willing to message me?
 

Bbenny15

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How was your process with applying for Skillbridge while going through a PEB? I'm debating on applying but not sure if I'll have any luck. I'm Navy, not sure if you are in another braanch.

I've been in PEB stage since July 6 and was told I probably won't have a DD214 in hand before next year. Any advice? Would you be willing to message me?
Messaging you right now.
 

Rangerjames

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My unit co finally signed my LOD. My Navy jag lawyer helped me send it to Reserve Regional Office. My nosc medical finally sent my files up the chain of command. I'm hoping to start the IDES process in a few weeks.
 

Bbenny15

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My unit co finally signed my LOD. My Navy jag lawyer helped me send it to Reserve Regional Office. My nosc medical finally sent my files up the chain of command. I'm hoping to start the IDES process in a few weeks.
Thats great news, hopefully the ball gets rolling quickly for you. Are you still receiving treatment? Im not sure if you are stationed on Lejeune but I saw thats where your accident happened. Im somewhat familiar with the process through lejeune but Im not sure if the navy deals with the same peblos but most likely. Feel free to message me
 

BrokenVet

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Someone told me we might be able to check PEB process using this website but only from a Gov computer. Can anyone verify? I'm home on paternity leave. https://edq.med.navy.mil/LIMDU
I believe that’s the old LIMDU tracking system link. It will allow you to download and view documents your Peblo sent to the board. But I don’t believe they are using that system anymore so it may not be accurate. I know mine wasn’t.
 

POG

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Talked to my lawyer and was told that for the last 2 weeks out of the San Diego office, the PEB findings have been line officer determinations and are moving into early May cases now.
 

brokenmonkey

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Update for the post decision process.

Sep 28 - Received my "phone call" from the PEBLO with my results
Sep 29 - Signed results and sent to PEBLO. PEBLO signed and sent back to PEB
Oct 06 - PERS sent message to my command with new EAOS (Christmas Eve)
Oct 07 - Got medical and dental paperwork signed off by my Medical peoples
Oct 08 - Filed the retirement paperwork and should have new orders next week (tue-thu)

Start terminal Nov 3 (31 days of leave and 20 days PTYD for house/job hunting)

If theres anything else that pops up i will let you all know. I have heard stories of the PEB not letting PERS know that you're done for a long time, or PERS taking a long time to inform your command. I didn't seem to have any of those problems. Whenever you get your decision, become best friends with your Yeoman and let him know what you want and to keep a look out for the PERS message.
 

downandoutsailor21

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Update for the post decision process.

Sep 28 - Received my "phone call" from the PEBLO with my results
Sep 29 - Signed results and sent to PEBLO. PEBLO signed and sent back to PEB
Oct 06 - PERS sent message to my command with new EAOS (Christmas Eve)
Oct 07 - Got medical and dental paperwork signed off by my Medical peoples
Oct 08 - Filed the retirement paperwork and should have new orders next week (tue-thu)

Start terminal Nov 3 (31 days of leave and 20 days PTYD for house/job hunting)

If theres anything else that pops up i will let you all know. I have heard stories of the PEB not letting PERS know that you're done for a long time, or PERS taking a long time to inform your command. I didn't seem to have any of those problems. Whenever you get your decision, become best friends with your Yeoman and let him know what you want and to keep a look out for the PERS message.
Congrats, I know you’ve been waiting for a longggg time
 

Jalalabadbad

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Update for the post decision process.

Sep 28 - Received my "phone call" from the PEBLO with my results
Sep 29 - Signed results and sent to PEBLO. PEBLO signed and sent back to PEB
Oct 06 - PERS sent message to my command with new EAOS (Christmas Eve)
Oct 07 - Got medical and dental paperwork signed off by my Medical peoples
Oct 08 - Filed the retirement paperwork and should have new orders next week (tue-thu)

Start terminal Nov 3 (31 days of leave and 20 days PTYD for house/job hunting)

If theres anything else that pops up i will let you all know. I have heard stories of the PEB not letting PERS know that you're done for a long time, or PERS taking a long time to inform your command. I didn't seem to have any of those problems. Whenever you get your decision, become best friends with your Yeoman and let him know what you want and to keep a look out for the PERS message.
My SEL told me recently that once the PEB makes its decision, PERS technically has 30 days to process your separation orders. Hopefully they don't actually take that long to cut your orders, but 30 days is the guideline they go by.


I mean at this point, what's another month added onto the process, right guys?

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eringregoire

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My SEL told me recently that once the PEB makes its decision, PERS technically has 30 days to process your separation orders. Hopefully they don't actually take that long to cut your orders, but 30 days is the guideline they go by.


I mean at this point, what's another month added onto the process, right guys?

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So based off of this then, if you have completed all of your exit counseling, medical exams, etc. the Navy has 30 days to cut you orders after PEB decision is released? Or is it tentative?
 

POG

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So there's that. I guessed this was happening.



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tech9314

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So there's that. I guessed this was happening.



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Well that makes me nervous...

A while back, I noticed on MNA that my deployability category had switched and said "IDES - PEB ACCEPTED" and about two days ago I noticed it is saying "FULLY DEPLOYABLE" again. I'm really hoping that I'm just overthinking this small detail and that it doesn't mean they finished my case with a "fit" finding.... I only say this because my case is relatively 'easy'.
 
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Jalalabadbad

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So there's that. I guessed this was happening.
Interesting. My case is pretty straightforward musculoskeletal so hopefully that means I'm an "easy" case. I'd imagine it's the mental health ones that are more complicated.
 

POG

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Interesting. My case is pretty straightforward musculoskeletal so hopefully that means I'm an "easy" case. I'd imagine it's the mental health ones that are more complicated.
Same, my back is compromised and I can't do Marine stuff so hope it comes back soon. I'll hit the 100 club in Thursday.
 
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