I am a reservist who was on active duty for 8 years where I deveolped migraines and PTSD. VA rated me at 100%. After my active duty time I joined the Air Force reserves with no break in service. Recently the VA started sharing records with the AF reserve medical. When they saw my medical history they started the MEB process. What is alarming is that my reserve unit is saying the medical conditions that happened while on active duty are not considered in the line of duty once you transition to the reserve component. Keep in mind I was active duty the first 8 years of my career, where the PTSD and Migraines originated. The latter part of my career is only reserve where I just completed my one weekend a month and two weeks a year (no deployments or orders over 30 days). Bottom line up front, my reserve unit is trying to medically seperate me with no benifits even though my medical problems happend while I was in an active status. Does any one know if this is correct?