Apparently when I changed my password it was wrong the three times I entered it. So now I gotta wait 24 hours to reset it.Have you checked your HRC retiree record? That's where I found my approval letter uploaded on Friday.
I accessed it with windows 10 just use your DS login level 2.Apparently when I changed my password it was wrong the three times I entered it. So now I gotta wait 24 hours to reset it.
Apparently I can't access the HRC site with Windows 10. So I've been unable to check it.
wow!! 20 day turn around for NAVY CRSC. What is wrong with the Army?!Sorry Bryndanc for my late response. I submitted my Navy CRSC application on July 6, 2018 via email. I received an email on the same day from the Navy's CRSC Board saying that my application was received. My CRSC approval letter came in the mail on July 26, 2018. I called DFAS on August 8, 2018 to verify if they had received my CRSC award letter, and they said that they received it on July 30, 2018. Also, they informed me that my first CRSC payment will be deposited on August 31, 2018, and an audit was going to be conducted for any retroactive pay owed by DFAS and/or the VA.
Army having way more claims is a given. IMO the Army should have hired more people or figured it out by now after years of knowing this. 12-15 months is unacceptable when you know it would take a trained person a couple hours to research the packet for a determination. Just my opinion. If anyone has experience at HRC or more insight I’d love to hear from you.A hell of alot more requests pending on the army side. Air force has the shortest wait time and then Navy. They should add more doctors to process the back log of claims.
Not all service connected disabilities are considered combat related, even if they occurred in a combat zone.Ok.
I get the rules, but I'm understanding those with less than 20 years, medically retired, dont qualify for either CRDP OR CRSC. My injuries cannot be proven to have happened in a combat environment, and I have nothing but my word. My back injuries happened as a result of assisting a 4-star travelling to combat zones all the time and was hazardous, but I can't prove it. How do I go about proving something that happened 25 years ago?