I am currently on my 3rd year in the Marines, Was diagnosed with severe ulcerative colitis and anemia 3 months ago, I have been prescribed multiple meds none worked and now I am on remicade and immuran just began taking them. My doctor recently initiated my med board, anyone know what to expect from here ? And what my chances of being discharged are.
As the moderator I figure your the best person for this. Just posted what I'd consider a resource. Army MEB Dashboard Explained is the name of the post. I put it in Army case timelines. If there is somewhere better I can put it there as well or you can move it. Thanks.
What information are you able to provide regarding Vocational Rehab and SSDI? I ask because my counselor at the VA recommend that I not mess with school or training for a new job while receiving SSDI due to SGA.
A P3 PULHES is reason for referral to a MEB BUT, T3 with box 5a and 5j marked, in the DA form 3349 with DX. Of adjustment disorder with anxiaety and depress mood?
In item 5 of the DA FORM 3349 says that " a "3" will b referred to Meb.item 5 does NOT say that the profile MUST be permanent, for referral to the MEB, the AR, does Not say that a T3 profile will or WILL NOT be referred to a MEB??
I looked at USC's transfer student webpage and talked to an admissions counselor there and I'm still confused about some of the information I saw on there. What route did you take to transfer there (credit wise)? I plan on going to community college first to accumulate the right amount of credits before I apply to USC. I'm confused about which credits will be accepted if I transfer from a Texas community college.