In one of your earlier posts you mentioned, "I was in the same exact boat as you with just 2 years as an 11B."
That remark does not necessarily mean you do not meet the requirements for CRDP; however, the following is provided to ensure you know the prerequisites:
you may be entitled to CRDP if…
you are a regular retiree [20-year] with a VA disability rating of 50 percent or greater.
you are a reserve retiree with 20 qualifying years of service, who has a VA disability rating of 50 percent or greater and who has reached retirement age. (In most cases the retirement age for reservists is 60, but certain reserve retirees may be eligible before they turn 60. If you are a member of the Ready Reserve, your retirement age can be reduced below age 60 by three months for each 90 days of active service you have performed during a fiscal year.)
you are retired under Temporary Early Retirement Act (TERA) and have a VA disability rating of 50 percent or greater.
you are a disability retiree who earned entitlement to retired pay under any provision of law other than solely by disability [such as 20-year or reserve retirement], and you have a VA disability rating of 50 percent or greater. You might become eligible for CRDP at the time you would have become eligible for retired pay.
In addition to monthly CRDP payments, you may be eligible for a retroactive payment. DFAS will audit your account to determine whether or not you are due retroactive payment. An audit of your account requires researching pay information from both DFAS and VA.
Perhaps you meant to inquire about CRSC.
To qualify for CRSC you must:
be entitled to and/or receiving military retired pay
be rated at least 10 percent by the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA)
waive your VA pay from your retired pay
file a CRSC application with your Branch of Service
Disabilities that may be considered combat related include injuries incurred as a direct result of: