Long Story Short: was on Title 32 AGR for 10+ years which were ended in October 2018. In late 2016 on top of some other problems I started having lower back pain and tightness that never went away. Civilian dr. had me x-rayed and found what was identified as arthritis in the lumbar spine in early 2017, and taking medications for it. no progress. in early 2018 Civilian Dr. starts to process referrals for physical therapy, however this process gets stopped in April 2018 when my AGR Orders lapsed. Finally this got corrected by early may and was going to physical therapy until early august. Unfortunately in late august I was on terminal leave so I could not follow up with my civilian Dr. on the condition due to relocating for a new job in Alabama as a civilian (Forced off my AGR tour for not being deployable - that is my guess.... never given documentation stating so just termination letter). lost healthcare coverage until late December when the VA rated me, and i went in January 2019 (one of the conditions was for my lower back classified as degenerative disc disease issues in l2 - s1 including 2 bulged discs found during VA MRI in May 2019). now I have a problem because I'm now a drilling reservist and I'm on the 1 year mark of what they call the "waiver" and the VA will not generate the letters needed to proceed for fit/unfit opinions because I haven't had enough care yet. so I believe I have an issue where there should of been an LOD on my lumbar spine, and I was released off my orders before evaluation by competent medical authority on my spine which also could have resulted in an MEB. what went wrong here? what Air Force / Air National Guard regulations might have been broken in this situation. I know I got shafted.... I just need to prove it.