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  • My PEBLO told me my NARSUM had been received, but was sent back because the Army wanted it written a certain way. What does that mean?
    grizz13
    grizz13
    Means that your MEB doc doesn't know what they are doing... If I were you report it to your Ombudsman and Patient Advocacy immediately, this doc needs to be investigated since they aren't doing their job correctly!
    I would like to know what profile restrictions for those who have asthma have?
    kelly29207
    kelly29207
    At that time, I really didn't care one way or the other which decision was made...but I knew that I had to get out of that area, as allergies made the asthma worse and yellow pollen was so thick on everything (i.e. we would wake in the morning and cars were covered in the pollen, so thick that we could see it).
    kelly29207
    kelly29207
    I do not remember what my PFT scores were. Had to use Nebulizer 1-2 times/week at hospital for bad attacks. Was diagnosed with severe asthma, and had to take a plythera of meds.
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    Thunder 1979
    My commander is on board and on my eval we put specific incidents on why I was not retainable. I don't know, I think the doc is trying to give me the mininum amount possible. I have both Asthma and sleep apnea and now all of a sudden my profiles were broken up. For the last four years both have been on one profile, but for the board it's just asthma. Any thoughts?
    Diagnosis went from moderate to severe asthma butpermanent profile is still a P2, doc said it would be updated during eval, is this true?
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    mhaynes15
    Im sure you figured this out by now, but it takes a a higher authority to give you a perm P3. a Perm P3 would automatically put you in an MEB. BUT, it is true that the MEB will give you a Perm P3 when you are officially entered into the DES.
    30% is just a disability % assigned by the PEB. When you are rated 30%-100% by the PEB you are medically retired. If placed on TDRL and rated 30-50% by PEB you receive 50% of your base pay(36 month average) during TDRL assignment. Between 50-75% you receive that percentage of base pay. Anything over 75% is capped at 75%. If placed on PDRL you receive the % assigned of your base pay.
    I am trying to figure out that if you have over 12 years do they automatically retire you if you are found unfit?
    Jason Perry
    Jason Perry
    No, you need 30% if you have less than 20 years of service.
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