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    My Ft. Campbell Timeline

    I was referred 24 NOV and had my first C&P on 28 JAN. Looks like I’m right behind you. I’ll be following your timeline closely to get a projection for mine
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    My Ft. Campbell Timeline

    When did you start the MEB process?
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    My Ft. Campbell Timeline

    Referred to IDES: 24 NOV 2019 Met with PEBLO: 9 DEC 2019 Met with MSC: 15 JAN 2020 C&P Exams: 28 JAN-12 FEB 2020
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    My Ft. Campbell Timeline

    How long will it take to have my NARSUM appointment? I just finished my last C&P exam today.
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    My Ft. Campbell Timeline

    Yes, that's exactly right. As soon as your referral goes through, your assigned a PEBLO. It's up to your PEBLO to get off their ass and contact you
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    My Ft. Campbell Timeline

    Not exactly. A P3 is a requirement to be in the MEB process. Sometimes, the PCM will write the P3 before referring the soldier to MEB. Sometimes, the PCM will refer to MEB without a P3, and that’s okay too. The P3 is just a formality. You won’t even meet with the MEB doctor regarding your P3...
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    My Ft. Campbell Timeline

    I did not have a P3. The MEB doctor wrote mine after I met with my PEBLO. The IDES Clinic is right next to LaPointe. Building 5980. I’m hoping to be out by April. Since I was referred over the holidays, my process was delayed a little.
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    My Ft. Campbell Timeline

    There is a certain window of time that you’re supposed to be contacted (I’m not sure what it is), but I’m impatient so I just showed up to the IDES clinic and they set me up with my PEBLO the next day.
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    My Ft. Campbell Timeline

    Figured I'd share my timeline: Referred to IDES: 24 NOV 2019 Met with PEBLO: 9 DEC 2019 Met with MSC: 15 JAN 2020 C&P Exams: 28 JAN-6 FEB 2020
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    Referred Condition(s)

    Thank you for that! Very helpful and good to know. My commander wrote in her statement that there’s nothing wrong with me and that I shouldn’t be in the IDES process, so it’s a strong possibility that the same thing happened to me.
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    Referred Condition(s)

    I don’t need to do that. I can see my referral. I have a copy of my medical records. Thank you though!
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    Referred Condition(s)

    Is this something my PEBLO can fix? She’s the one arguing with me, telling me I was only referred for MDD. There’s NO QUESTION though. I have the referral in my hand and it has two separate conditions on it.
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    Referred Condition(s)

    So it does make a difference?
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    Referred Condition(s)

    I was referred for MDD and GAD. When I met with my MSC last week and set up my C&P exams, she said I was only referred for MDD. I have a copy of the referral and know this isn't true. My MSC and PEBLO are acting like it's not big deal because I will just claim GAD separately. Is this...
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    C&P Exam

    I'm going in tomorrow to schedule my C&P exams. I've heard there's lots of paperwork I'll have to fill out beforehand detailing each condition I'm claiming. Anyone know the name of this paperwork? Can I find it online so I can start preparing what I'm going to write down before I go in?
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    Currently in MEB process, CoC is threatening reduction in rank for height/weight failure

    I just started the MEB process about 3 weeks ago and had my initial meeting with my PEBLO last week. My 1SG informed me today that there has been discussion of administratively reducing my rank to SPC (I'm a SGT) because my overweight appearance reflects poorly upon the NCO corps. I am...
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    Just referred for MEB

    I'm at Ft. Campbell. My PCM placed my IDES referral on 16 November. When should I be getting a call from IDES? I haven't heard anything or been contacted by anyone yet. Also, I was referred for MDD and GAD. Anyone have experience with going through the process with those conditions?
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    Fort Campbell - My MEB Timeline

    Ok, thank you for your help and insight!
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    Fort Campbell - My MEB Timeline

    My process has gone a little differently it seems. My psychiatrist wrote me a 90 day profile saying I’m non-deployable. Then he called my PCM, told her I’d met MRDP, and that he recommends she refer me to IDES. So she placed the referral
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    Fort Campbell - My MEB Timeline

    What if I don’t have a P3? I just have a 90 day profile. I was told my profile would be changed to permanent once I was started the IDES process. Did I get some bad info?
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