Med Board waiver rights

traverse83

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I am in the CG reserves on active duty and about to be placed before a Med Board for a mental health condition. If it goes through not only will I loose my position in the Coast Guard but my civilian job will be affected.

I have heard a rumor from one of my co-workers that I can waive my right to a med board which would result in me being immediatly be seperated and no severance package. Is there any truth in this or is it a load of crap?

Any help is greatly appreciated.
 

Ruptured Duck

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Not sure what benefit it would be for you to do that. You may be able to get off active duty but that probably won't stop them from doing a MEB on you.

Down load DoDI 1241.2

This is the instruction for reserves.
 
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