An overview of the Physical Disability Evaluation System, including the MEB and PEB. Also, important decisions at each stage of the PDES, benefits, continuation on active duty/active reserve ( COAD / COAR ), the eight year rule, and more.
Medical Evaluation BoardIssues early in the PDES proccess, especially the Medical Evaluation Board. Includes important decisions regarding elections, appeals and influencing the referral to the Physical Evaluation Board.
Post Service Appeal OptionsOptions and process after the Physical Evaluation Board. Includes administrative appeals, Physical Disability Board of Review, BCMR, Discharge Review Boards, and suits in Federal Court
CRSC question, if the application is about a program for veterans, and the application clearly says no need for medical records...etc...then why is the application sent through the administrative offices of Personnel, and there is no proof that qualified people are making the right decision about your status or case...maybe a class action lawsuit or some discrimination against them, I think its time to file a lawsuit
I am a new member so bear with me. I am a Chap 61 retiree with 13 years of service, and retired as an O-4. I retired in 1973. I didn't apply for a VA rating until 2008. I received a rating of 100% and then applied for CRSC. I received my CRSC rating letter in 2009, with 100% combat related. A month later I received a letter that my CRSC entitlement was $236 per month.
I need help so I can determine if that is low.