The 20190401 Review PTSD DBQ examiner determined the SM’s PTSD symptoms result in “Occupational and social impairment with occasional decrease in work efficiency and intermittent periods of inability to perform occupational tasks, although
SGT Faber, Ryan M. Scott J. Hopkins MPAS PA-C
VTA #: 248759 CAIN MEBROC Physician Assistant
Date Finalized: 8 APR 2019
NARRATIVE SUMMARY MEBROC CAMP ATTERBURY, IN
generally functioning satisfactorily, with normal routine behavior, self-care and conversation.” Function impairing symptoms were noted by the examiner to include dissociative reactions, marked physiological reactions to trauma cues, avoidance behavior, irritable behavior with angry outbursts (with little or no provocation), reckless or self-destructive behavior, problems with concentration, exaggerated startle response, feelings of detachment, markedly diminished interest or participation in significant activities, panic attacks (<1x/wk.), chronic sleep impairment, subjective mild memory loss, difficulty adapting to stressful circumstances, including work or a work like setting, and suicidal ideation. Commander’s Statement dated 20181212 cites profile restrictions and notes “The Soldier is currently in a non-traditional drilling status....He does not attend normal traditional drilling weekend as his current BH conditions manifest during duties and tend to increase when required to drill with traditionally assigned personnel...He is currently assigned as a Team Leader and is unable to complete all required tasks...It is my opinion that further military duty would not prove beneficial to him or the Michigan Army National Guard or the Army.” Review of eProfile indicates the SM has had permanent profile restrictions (S3) for PTSD since 20180920 and prior temporary restrictions for PTSD from 20180517 to 20180920. Ongoing profile restrictions are needed and it appears the SM does not meet retention standards currently.
Rated 50% ptsd and this is for men/peb