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  1. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    Army Timeline CRSC

    For the SA of others... got my first check 1 March, for a single month's worth. If they hold to RonG's experience, I hopefully will get the backpay in the next month or two. What a relief to finally have this battle over and won, now on to others... got an ABCMR claim in the system now for VA...
  2. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    Army Timeline CRSC

    Anyone have an idea of how long it usually takes (their experience) from the time the Army Board approves CRSC and DFAS cuts the first check, and is that check for the backpay owed as well as the monthly benefit from then on? Thanks,
  3. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    Army Timeline CRSC

    After serving your country with honor, then being forced to wait forever, fight like hell, and even beg at times just to get the benefits due is MENTALLY DRAINING. I'm sure it sends more than one Veteran into a downward spiral. It's beyond deployable that our country systematically does this to...
  4. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    Army Timeline CRSC

    Just got approved for CRSC at 70%, it was a long road... Medically Retired from the Army in the summer of 2015 Put in my CRSC claim in the fall of 2017 Checked with them in the spring of 2018, they told me they had a "computer crash" and had "lost a lot of claims", had me resubmit directly to...
  5. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    national guard discharge

    Did you find out anything? Good news I hope.
  6. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    Are/Were you due INCAP pay?

    When the service just flat out refuses to follow the regs, file an IG complaint (to check that box), then after giving them an appropriate amount of time (a few weeks) to let the IG run it's course (unless it turns to your favor) file a claim with the military board of corrections for your...
  7. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    Run around and forced to travel...

    Went to my local PCM to change my medications around as the Butrans patches I was on were making me puke for days on end and leaving rashes so bad they would scar the skin. Asked him for a referral to get a consult regarding a Spinal Stimulator trail, and at the time of the appointment we...
  8. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    New to PEBF

    Thanks for the FYI. The same Law applies to all branches, and that's what outlines full active duty pay and benefits. In AFI 36-2910, ref. 6.2.1 and 6.2.3 which state those unable to perform military duties are entitled to full pay and allowances but that pay shall not exceed that of a RegAF...
  9. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    New to PEBF

    The underlying Law that covers the pay for INCAP is USC Title 37, Section 204. Attached is a copy, with the highlighted portion indicating INCAP is to be equivalent to full active duty pay for your grade and time in service. As for the "unemployment statement", if you are forced to sign it to...
  10. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    New to PEBF

    First and foremost, learn the regs for yourself, as knowing them is the best ammunition you have to a just outcome. Specifically look at DA PAM 135-381 which is backed up by AR 135-381. If you are not allowed to attend drill (not fit for military duty) due to your LOD injury YOU QUALIFY for...
  11. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    Are/Were you due INCAP pay?

    You'll have to PROVE a NEXUS between the loss of the clearance and job, that might be a doctor's statement, or the termination letter. And if its a period in the past, you can run it by your unit, but it will likely fall to the ABCMR to decide on. It can't hurt to try. As for your unit not...
  12. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    Are/Were you due INCAP pay?

    I'm guessing you already know that DA PAM 135-381 and AR 135-381 are the Army's instructions and regulations regarding INCAP, also look at DODI's 1241.2 and 1241.01, the latter supersedes the former, but it's the latter (1241.2) that goes in depth about the safeguard's such as being paid within...
  13. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    CRSC at ten months processing time Army

    Filed my CRSC claim in September last year. Since I never heard back I called them a couple weeks ago. After two calls and couple emails, finally was able to talk to a Supervisor at HRC. She informed me that "Several CRSC claims were lost or degraded, due to some glitch with their computers". I...
  14. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    WTH, Lady?!? C&P Fiasco!

    Even with a severe spinal injury, requiring three major surgeries, countless minor operations, massive nerve damage and nearly unbearable pain, the SOB who did my C&P exam wrote "No Pain, No Limitations, Full Range of Motion". Flat out LIES about me. I too was and still am furious about it...
  15. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    informal LOD National Guard

    AR 600-8-4 is the reg. you're looking for. Look at tables 3-1 and 3-2 for the timelines given to complete each step. For an Informal LOD, it is to be fully completed within 40 Calendar days TOTAL. If you LOD injury prevents you from working in your Civilian job, and/or being able to perform...
  16. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    Another CRSC help thread

    Thank you, Never knew I was able to access my records through HRC. Looked through Documents and the last thing posted were my retirement orders from 2015, nothing before or since about CRSC. When I talked to the rep. at HRC before, they acknowledged that they received my CRSC claim packet...
  17. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    Another CRSC help thread

    My questions are with the process... I sent my CRSC claim (Army) last September, heard nothing back and when I called a couple weeks ago, they said "you were denied" but wouldn't give me a reason. I sent them an email requesting a denial in writing, and they sent me a response to "call their...
  18. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    national guard discharge

    Sure, you can just click my "avatar?" "symbol?" whatever it's called and then click "Start a Conversation" to PM me.
  19. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    national guard discharge

    An easy way to know if you were MEDICALLY Retired is if you went through the IDES process, which includes the MEB and PEB (in conjunction with the VA disability ratings). If not, and you believe you should have been medically evaluated for an LOD injury that ended your military service, the...
  20. FloridaInjuredInCombat

    national guard discharge

    Also, were you unable to work your Civilian Job, and or perform Drill due to an LOD injury. If so you should have been afforded INCAP pay while unable to work or drill. It amounts to pay to make up either what you lost in civilian wages, or if unable to drill equal to FULL Active Duty Pay...
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