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Chris16365

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About Chris16365

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  • Service Connected Disability
    40%
  • Branch of Service
    Marines
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    Sports
  1. Berta Thank you very much for your input. I currently have a couple old Marine buddies that are still on active duty, making some calls for me, seeing if their is any waiver for Marine Reserve Duty. If nothing else, would love to get involved in something State or Federal that offers a buy back. ChuckSig, interesting point with regards to the differences with Fed and State buy back policies. Definitely looking into some State positions. Thanks again!
  2. Stretch, appreciate the feedback. I absolutely can work, as of now I run a business from home (ecommerce) and it does ok for me, but I do plan to get involved in something more conventional once we get up to NY. I am in a very fortunate position where I dont overly need the money, thus can be picky as to what I do. Going to look into some possible GS openings in the area. My PTSD is a bit of a long story, it certainly has not gotten any worse, in fact I was more than prepared to have my claim cancelled all together if thats what it took to re-enter into the guard or reserves, but was told toda
  3. Just to reference this with regards to my original post above with questions on ANG or Reserve duty, I was told today by an AF MSgt that I am not eligible for service DOD wide (any component) having been diagnosed or even claimed PTSD. Regardless of rating, he said just having PTSD annotated anywhere in my records, precludes me from getting into the Reserves, ANG or any DOD branch or component. Obviously I took this as bad news and I am very disappointed (I have 14 years active duty). When I asked him "then why was the Marine Corps trying to talk me into the Reserves when I was separating in 2
  4. Is there an easy and quick way to look to see if there have been any responses to your postings? Heck, I cant even find my postings (posted a few questions the other day). Can we look up the topics we posted?Thanks in advance chris16365
  5. Posted in OIF, not seeing my post? Thank you Chris16365
  6. My advance apologies if this is not the correct forum for my question, as I could not identify the perfect forum title for this type of inquiry. My question is that I have 14 years total active duty time (USMC) broken up over the last 25 years. I last left active duty in 2011 at age 40. I wont bore anyone with the reasons as to why I would leave with only needing six more years to a pension, but it has to do with my wife being in a different branch (Army LtCol) and our two branches no longer being able to work together and "co-assign" us to a location where we can both serve. Army and Marines
  7. My advance apologies if this is not the correct forum for my question, as I could not identify the perfect forum title for this type of inquiry. My question is that I have 14 years total active duty time (USMC) broken up over the last 25 years. I last left active duty in 2011 at age 40. I wont bore anyone with the reasons as to why I would leave with only needing six more years to a pension, but it has to do with my wife being in a different branch (Army LtCol) and our two branches no longer being able to work together and "co-assign" us to a location where we can both serve. Army and Marines
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