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    1. VinnyUSMC1833
      VinnyUSMC1833
      Sir,

      Good morning. I have a tough situation on my hands. I was retired by the PDBR 50%. My CRSC is 80%. My VA is 90%. I was given severance pay pay on 10/30/08 with no recoup. My PDBR retiremnt was August of last year in going through the process with DFAS currently. Will DFAS recoup my severance via CRSC backpay? I thought under the NDAA of 2008 I wasn't going to have anything recouped
    2. rays1981
      rays1981
      Sir, I came across your profile while trying to research some information, I am new to this website and am not sure how to PM you. I would like your assistance with a matter, in which i belive you could help.
    3. RagTopOval
      RagTopOval
      Good Afternoon Sir, I was wondering if you could help me out on this...I was rated 90% VA and 70% DOD. I was medically retired Nov 29, 2014 ...I retired as a Gunnery Sergeant with 14 years of service. I have not received any pay and can not get any answers here in Yuma, AZ. My question is what should I be looking at as far as payment and would I rate concurrent with offset? Thankyou
    4. USAFAMMO21
      USAFAMMO21
      Sir,

      Do I need to hire an attorney for my PDBR? If not, what of anything should I do before having my case reviewed? I was separated in July of 2006 at 20%, within 6-moths the VA changed my rating to 70%. At the time I was separated my attorney and I felt as though I should have been Medically retired. Maybe this is a chance for them to correct their findings. I appreciate any and all assistance.
    5. tarverusmc
      tarverusmc
      IM
      I found the post 2012 that you were looking for existed prior to service examples for the DoD IG.
      I would like more information on your results.
      and if you need one more example I can give you mine
    6. dasher1962
      dasher1962
      I have been a member of the of the Air Force Reserve for 32 years. I was rated at 70% for PTSD and 30% for migraines by the VA in April. I was also given P&T and IU as well. I gave the award letter and my medical records to my unit. Six months later I have not been referred to the MEB. How long should I wait? Thank you for your time on this.
    7. RED1967
      RED1967
      Mr Parker I have read your posts and I learned a lot from them. I need your help Sir if you can assist me it will be greatly appreciated it. My IDES Dr. is refusing to include my sleep apnea in my NARSUM I need an appeal letter if
      you could help thank you.
      Red1967
    8. danieldresen
    9. simester13
      simester13
      TSGLI paid initially for 30 days ADL, but further payment is repeatedly denied. I was injured in 2005, filed my claim when I became eligible in 2011. My wife is my VA Caregiver, I still have issues. I was initially rated at 0% by the Army. I am rated 100% permanent and total by VA, medically retired by PDBR. My latest TSGLI denial says my appeal must now go to ARBA. I appreciate any help.
    10. jsncassida
      jsncassida
      i was referred to you by dad who reads all your threads. Myself and my husband have a question regarding the severance pay that is being offered My husband situation is he is getting kicked out for overweight. When we receive the severance pay will it have to be paid back once he starts to receive his VA disability. And if so is there a regulation or code that shows this.
    11. TC29
      TC29
      LTC Parker - I'm sorry to bother you but I was hoping you could provide some clarification on something. Back in 2013 SecDef said all PTSD cases that had their rating dropped during a PEB from 9/11/01 until April 30, 2012 would get a letter so their case could be reviewed. I never did get a letter and I fall in that group. Any idea who I would contact?
    12. k36
      k36
      In the NG with over 20 yrs and a tech for 15. The VA has rated me SA 50%, Dep 30%, Asthma 30%, and more. Migraines 30% is pending. I was flagged at the SRP with temp profiles for asthma, migra and high BP. My case mgrs told me I would not go through a MEB. They said if you have over 20 yrs in the NG you would be retired/admin discharg or you will need a med improv plan from your Doc saying you are OK. Is this legal?
    13. Deboe74
      Deboe74
      for my family and I but my thoughts are a bit torn. I understand COAD is not a given but just would like some insight on my fellow vets
    14. Deboe74
      Deboe74
      I am a 18 year active duty soldier and just received word from the PEB that I have to Med Retire. My AW2 rep is saying COAD is an option but I'm a bit torn and not sure if it would make sense. The Army has rated me at 80% and VA rating is 100%. Will CRSC cover my retirement that I would lose for not retiring at 20 years. I'm a senior NCO and love the military for everything it's has done
    15. bm1sheck
      bm1sheck
      Good Day SIR,
      My name is Petty Officer !st Sheck, William. i Had written to you on another forum in the past regarding my situation, 'quick history' back in March 2013 i re-enlisted for 6yrs, thats what i wanted to do was re-enlist but April 2013 I went to medical with some issues i was having and was refered out to a sleep doc.
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      2. bm1sheck
        bm1sheck
        (pt10)I was never put on LIMDU why i dont knnow. I put in for a phone consult for the med board doc to call me and she never did, no one can give me a stright answer as to why i am not eligable for a med board. I dont know what to do. I was thinking JAG so i know my rights.
        Jan 31, 2014
      3. bm1sheck
        bm1sheck
        (pt11)But this doc still wants me to get a one time psychology evaluation by the navy psych doc, (i see a airforce mental health doc, shes great and trying to help me with all this.) would you have any advice? thank you very much sir. have a great day.
        Jan 31, 2014
      4. bm1sheck
        bm1sheck
        sry for all the post, just wanted to share this confussing situation. thank you
        Jan 31, 2014
    16. PHINTON
      PHINTON
      Sir thanks for the information concerning EPTS.
    17. Somo
      Somo
      The question I have is why some medical retiree gets a retirement check minus taxes and others don't? Know I did do some research and I was informed it depeends on the percentage granted by the U.S. Army. I was granted 30% after I was medically discharged and I as a civilian launched a complain with IG. Afterward I was enrolled in the TDRL program where after 2 years I was given my permanent retirement.
    18. 27CabinFever
      27CabinFever
      Mike,
      learning to navigate on here. Thanks for all your work. If you find a moment, please look at my post today on my member name. Trying to determine/ prepare for next step of PEB
    19. 2013GO
      2013GO
      Hey Mike, After 3.5 years in this process, I have finally received notice from DFAS of my retired pay. I have a 80% rating from the VA (received 70% DOD) all combat. Quick question: with my DOD retirement amount being approx. $5900, VA $1600, yos 26 years (LTC) I am figuring there is no CRSC amount I would receive. Is this correct?
    20. Shanecameback
      Shanecameback
      Respectfully request a response to member with inquiry:
      Member Ku'uipolani, Forums/AGR Title 32 Issues/Thank you for starting this new post for AGR.
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