For the attention of Mike Parker, if he has time to review this. Request confirmation the following figures are correct. I believe this is a case (on and after 1 January 2013) where no CRSC is payable. I believe the significant factors to be: the DoD disability payment ($4584) is much more than either the LOS or CRSC aspects of the case. Information used: VA: 90% (wife and 3 children under 18) DoD disability: 70% CRSC: 80% LOS: 17 yr 8 mo High three: $6548.10 Dod Disability pmt at 70%: $4583.67 The entitlement ON AND AFTER 1 January 2013: The veteran should be getting (from the VA and DoD) an amount equal to his total VA ($2,073) and the lesser of these two amounts: The LOS amount ($2892.95) (LOS calculation (Retirement base $6548.10 x 44.18% (17 yr 8 mo x 2.5%) = $2892.95) or The VA compensation for Combat related disabilities based on 80% CRSC Rating= $1844 In this case, the CRSC is the lesser amount. The total VA/DoD compensation should be $2,073 (Total VA) + $1844 (CRSC amount) = $3917 He receives $4584 from DoD in disability retirement (of which $2073 is offset by VA)= $2511 net $3917 minus $4584=zero CRSC Amount SUMMARY: The payments by type should be -- $2,073 from the VA, $2511 for disability retirement $0.0 for CRSC TOTAL: $4584 --------------- Thank you, Ron

This is an addendum to my post above. It seems that the formula in computing the CRSC would include the following: Dod Disability Retirement: $4584 (rounded) minus $2073 VA disability comp = $2511 DoD Ret Remaining Amount for LOS retirement: $2893 (rounded) minus $2511 DoD ret remaining = $382 CRSC The $382 is less than the max CRSC for the applicable CR disabilities ($1844) and of course, the LOS of $2893 Special Rules for Chapter 61 Disability Retirees: According to law, members retired for disability under Chapter 61 of title 10 United States Code must have the CRSC entitlement limited to an amount that when combined with any military retired pay remaining after offset for VA disability compensation will not exceed the retired pay they would otherwise be entitled to for retirement computed for years of service (i.e., 2 1/2 percent x years of service x pay base). Ron

POST 9/11 HOUSE has a current and verifiable CRSC EXCEL calculator. PM him and he can send it to you. It IS accurate as of JUN, 2013 and it DOES factor in the new changes in CRSC as of this past JAN 2013. V/r, nwlivewire

His VA comp for combat related conditions is $1,844 (80% VA) Subtract from that, the amount his DoD disability retirement exceeds the LOS amount ($4,584-$2,893 =$1,691) $1,844 - $1,691 = $153 CRSC Amount He should get from DoD and VA an amount equal to his VA comp for combat related ($1,844) and his LOS ($2,893) $1,844 + $2,893 = $4,737 He gets $2,073 from the VA (90% total rating) He get $2,511 in DoD disability retirement ($4,584 DoD pay - $2,073 VA comp offset) He gets $153 in CRSC $2,073 + $2,511 + $153 = $4,737 Mike

Sorry Mr. Parker but I am very new to the board... how do chpt61 people who are VA rated 100%,UI,AA... then CRSC rated at 70%... I have been receiving VA since 2007, and for about 4 months received somehow retired pay, then it stopped and was left holding well you get it... any ideas on the new rules etc.?

just got a call on Friday saying for the past 5 years I have been on TDRL? can I have been on TDRL, while also approved for CRSC, and Chpt 61'd? im so lost right now... and if I was on TDRL, should I have been receiving any pay? anyone with any insight would be great VA: 100% IU/PT as of May 2010 CRSC: 70% DOD: Unsure Receiving VA at $2900 and change and CRSC at $143 thanks, John C.

Does your DD-214 at time of discharge have anything written on the bottom of the form - like discharged to PDRL? TDRL? Mine did. V/r, nwlivewire