I have been thinking long about this after my second DAWG referral resulted in me being fit for duty. I had every intention of ETS separation and starting terminal in Feb to begin my new job, then boom did not even know I was referred to the DAWG again and was unknowingly starting the MEB process. Had no clue, no one informed me or told me anything until a month later after I had already set a start date with my new job. They were flexible and pushed it back to try and allow time for my MEB but now today I find out that after being code 37 beginning of Aug that my PCM is still working on my IRILO and ordered another MRI that will probably take until end of next week to get scheduled. I know its a long process that takes patience, however this is my ideal/dream job in my ideal location and salary. I understand that I can decline the MEB, but is it a one time deal once AFPC deems me unfit? Or if I continue with the process and Jan rolls around and things aren't looking good can I decline the MEB process and separate at my ETS date? My PEBLO has been no help with anything and I am just in a real stressful situation. Also, I was told that there is a new process that is suppose to be rolled out that makes the process faster (most army people I am see is about 120 days from start to finish). Is this the IDES process which is already in place or just an increase in manning for the Air Force? I appreciate any help as this is really really stressful and caused me to really break down the other day.