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    You’ve just been rated 100% disabled by the Veterans Affairs. After the excitement of finally having the rating you deserve wears off, you start asking questions. One of the first questions that you might ask is this: It’s a legitimate question – rare is the Veteran that finds themselves sitting on the couch eating bon-bons … Continue reading

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hey guys i new here my name is wes i just have a quiston. i was chaptered out of the army in 2005 for ptsd after two tours one to iraq and one to afganstan. well i felt a lot better and and the nightmares almost went away jumpyness and every thing so i rejoined. well we went to ntc to train before we left and for some reason every thing came back like a flood and and now there mebing me. what going to happen? is there any way they could just chapter me and get me out cause i just cant handle it no more

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welcome.this is in the wrong heading.someone will move it soon to the right spot.

in the mean time relax.you will get some good answers soon.


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Hi & welcome!

sorry about your ptsd experiences...i can relate; but for different reasons. i can only speculate as to why they are doing the MEB this time...maybe to make sure you cannot re-enlist. but i'm really just guessing as i know that is how the AF screwed me over.

be sure you get a complete....a COMPLETE copy of your active duty medical and mental health records before you get put out....it's way important.....you'll need them for your VA claim.

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Welcome on Board. Hey, Take the Med board and stay as long as it takes to get a PTSD Discharge. Under no circumstances would I take a Personality disorder discharge. You need to get copies of everything. Les's etc, buddy statements, Med records, you name it. Even if you think it is not important get it, and keep all of these things in a safe place, and organize them. Most importantly there is no shame in what is happening to you. It is completely normal for what you have seen. Never forget, we are here and you are not alone.

Sgt.Mike (Former)

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Welcome to Haidt there are some Members who can help your with your questions. Sorry about the PTSD you sill find that stress makes it worse.

Good Luck

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