He had written his letter at the beginning of the process. I was on a waiver but it was the generic waiver simply saying I was unable to deploy. This is what he used in his narrative. "Member is able to perform all in garrison duties with the exception of deployment." My profile has changed since then. My Dr. even put on the new profile that he didn't want me to arm up (I'm an SF troop), no strenuous activity causing me to become short of breath and no PT. When I asked him about changing his letter to reflect it, he flipped out and said he had tried helping me out by writing the letter and now I was saying it wasn't good enough. ????Well, last week I had my last appt with my Dr and PEBLO before they submitted the paperwork and they noticed his letter had gone over the 90 day mark, so he had to re-write it and add the additional findings. He flipped out again and thought I had put them up to it?? He only changed the date and sent it in like that. Sigh. So, my Dr. narrative says it impacts my duties, my superintendent wrote a letter and said the same, it effects my duties and career progression and so did another person I work with. My question is, is this going to affect the outcome? All 3 of the other people say it seriously impedes my progression and duties except for his.