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    1. 1SG_G
      Hey Jason, when we last talked I had just gotten out of the hospital for my initial diagnosis of Leukemia. Well no MEB was initiated at that time and I began to fail the drugs and had a stem cell transplant on 08 Jan 2010. I have since been doing well but I have not stabalized yet. Anyway, I now have 18 1/2 years in and the Army wants to start the MEB now. What frustrates me is that the Army was no where near my treatment and recovery. I am treated at a civilian hospital and the Army has no idea where I am at, they just say it's time to MEB. Technically I am in remission so I am told I would rate 0 although I am still taking Gleevec, and would be rated on residuals. My concern is, I worked hard for that 20 year retirement and to potentially have it taken away hurts. Can I still drop my retirement packet although the MEB may have started? Also, what are the chances I can COAD and does that affect anything? My goal is at a minimum to secure my retirement and then what ever else.
    2. edwin1111
      llo, i'm sorry to send the private message, but i wanted to get correct information, i have been hearing so many different stories, ok, i have presently 34 years of military service 22 active duty and 12 reserve, i can retire at any time, i qualify for the final pay i came in the military in 1977 , I am presently a E-8 , i was told the meb would not hurt my chance, going through meb for cervical spondylosis , lumbar spondylosis , ashma, bronchosteoarthritis right hip, and left shoulder. I'm not sure if i well benefit from this, also i took at severance pay back in 1992 when i got out the first time, and i understand that i well have to pay that back first. Please give me some insight, thank you very much for your time.
    3. Guard 12
      Guard 12
      Hello Jason,

      Can you tell me how do I go about getting a profile for a previous LOD I hav 12 years in the FLARNG, I posted a more lengthly version of my story in the blog. Thank you in advance.
    4. rpavlinich
    5. nmeidl

      I was an Active Duty Army Major separated on 12 July 2010 at 20% (10% Shouder & 10% Wrist) with $189k severance, combat related, from Fort Lewis PEB. They gave me 0% for Pes Planus and 0%Plantar Fasciitis. Also, after signing and concurring with the PEB, but BEFORE separation, I was diagnosed with Asthma requiring pills and inhaler, and Sleep Apnea requiring CPAP. I am waiting on my VA BDD claim to come back anyday now. My question is, once my VA Claim comes back can I pay you to do a BCMR appeal for me to get to 30% and Retirement if the Pes Planus and Plantar Fasciitis are rated by the VA? Can I also include the Asthma and Apnea which the PEB was unaware of? Since I was separated in 2010, I believe the PDBR is not available to me, correct?
    6. Confusedi

      I've posted this same question in several areas hoping for a reply. Sorry if you have already answered. I completed my FPEB yesterday and got DIscharge with Severance. This is fine with me. The problem is that Block 10C was marked "No". However the remarks section states "The board finds (name) medical condition was incurred in a combat zone as designated by the Secretary of Defense (NDAA 2008, Sec 1646)." I want to know if this clear statement will be enough for the VA not to recoup my severance and for my taxes to be returned? (Or does Block 10C have to be checked on the Air Force Form 356?). Thanks
    7. trherring
      I'm Air Force. I've considered both CRSC and CRDP, made some assumptions but need to do a little more research. So, I could request a FPEB and during that time, try to find a good job, and if I do then pull my FPEB request. Will the IPEB findings be reinstated? On behalf of all Veterans, THANK YOU for what you do for us.
    8. trherring
      Thanks for the helpful website. I received my IPEB findings and am in the process of considering my next step. IPEB results were 30% for anxiety disorder and 20% Low Back Pain. That's 44 rounded to 40%. Both ratings were combat related per the IPEB findings. My dilemma is this...I will have 19 years in December. Should I string things out and request a Formal Board in hopes of extending to 20 years or accept the IPEB findings? It seems possible to strings things out, but at the same time, it has to be worthwhile to do that. You counsel would be appreciated. Tim
    9. Charles Wright
      Charles Wright
      Hey Jason:

      I forgot to sat thank you!

    10. MinotAirman
      Hi Jason, I am currently looking for representation, so if you could email me at kip.lebahn@minot.af.mil, I can talk to you about my case. I am currently getting a copy of my medical records. So if you could please email me so we can talk. Thank you.
    11. nat0904
      Hello. I was going through the site looking for information on the MEB process, entitlements, and such. I kept finding you helping by giving advice on topics like the ones I mentioned. I was wondering if you knew anything about Air Force's process on Bipolar type 1, discovered a few weeks ago. I have just reenlisted and now I am getting told I might be on my way out. If you have any information I would be greatful to hear from you. Thank you for your time.
    12. Dio
    13. why777
      Thank you for his site the only answers I seem to get is from this site.
      All I hear any more is my hands are tied I liked to help but it's so and so decision you need to speak to this pne or that oneThere is so many people not taking responsibilty some times I feel like I am in a teenage drama show!!!! Or like doing the hocky pocky and turning myself around and around,around and around. Am I just being watched and laughed at like we all laugh when the dog is chasing his tail is that us.
    14. nwlivewire
      hi Jason!

      I've inudated you with fax/email info re: case. Hope to hear back from you soon. Looks like the process is starting for my MEB/PEB. Today, I went into my civilian MH doctor and took an MMPI. I paid to have this test done as the Army will have me take one with them in three weeks. wanted an independent base-line outside the military.
    15. Gomez
      Jason, I answered a question you asked me on my thread titled "Fit for Duty Evaluation, National Guard" but didn't get a followup reply from you. Please reply at your convenience. Thanks, Gomez
    16. wgreen
      hi i tried to download the format for the request for PCS Home Awaiting Orformat for the request for PCS Home Awaiting Orders however the link is dead can you please upload the link again
    17. lsims

      I just received word the other day that the Air Force Command was denying my HIV and Clinical Depression LOD's. I am appealing them. Will the VA still help me with blood test and meds even if I don't win the battle with the Air Force on these LOD's?
    18. Durangojoe1123
      Jason, did I just see your post from April 15th 2008 refering to a way to get around the statute of limitions from the IRS to get my $5500 back in taxes that the DFAS should have never took out? I found out by a VA letter in 2007 or 08 filed my 1040X and got a "to bad, so sad" certified letter from the IRS. I am ready to write Senator Session about this. Can you help.
    19. DismayedLymie
      I have received a recommendation for TDRL.
      -CAT 1:Post Lyme Syndrome w/ Residuals 1). Chronic Fatigue & 2). Chronic Pain.
      -CAT 2:Obstructive Sleep Apnea
      -Compensible %: 50

      My question is the findings of CAT 1 are so vague and do not fractionally equate to the miserable health that I am in. One significant <specific> problem is the 14 month headache that has yet to go away. I still have not regained full function of the right side of my face which presents eating, drinking, and sight problems. What about the cognitive degradation with concentration and memory? Is this vague finding a blanket for all of my problems? There is also no mention of the psychological problems from what a mental health provider told me was PTSD (11 years in 18+ TDYs & 5 deployments, 2 in Iraq). Really let down considering I'm only an 11 year SSgt. (Can't provide for family on that amount for starters). Please advise as Lyme is so misunderstood.
    20. trip
      Hi Jason. I was wondering if you received the PM I sent to you? Please let me know if you have had a chance to look at my issue.
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    I founded this site in 2007 to provide information and a community for those military members facing disability evaluation.

    I am a former Army JAG officer who represented Soldiers at the Physical Evaluation Board. At that time, I was concerned with the lack of information available to those in the MEB/PEB process. Though I suggested that the Army set up a similar resource, this idea was denied. As I had already decided to leave the Army, I decided to set this site up to do what I think needs to be done- inform people of the process and provide information on compensation and benefits.

    I am an attorney in private practice and I only deal with military disability matters. I provide representation at the MEB/PEB, on administrative appeal, and in the Federal Courts. However, I do not discuss my services or provide legal advice as an attorney on this site. If you are interested in learning more about my services, please visit my webpage: www.peblawyer.com . If you want to contact me regarding professional services, feel free to email me at jason.perry@jeperrylaw.com.


    "A man who is good enough to shed his blood for his country is good enough to be given a square deal afterwards. More than that no man is entitled to, and less than that no man shall have." -Theodore Roosevelt
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