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100% Extra Scheduler Vs Tdiu



I am 80% rated service connected. I submitted a claim for increase for my back and hearing loss. The question is: If at the conclusion of the process and I am not rated 100% schedular, say I am 90%, and ask for an increase to 100% based on "extra-schedular rating" will this benefit me or not. I am retired Army and if I receive the 100% extra-schedular will I then receive 100% disability pay along with my 100% retired pay or will I just shoot myself in the foot? Or is it treated the same as TDIU which is not a benefit for 20+ year retirees until 2008?

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Sarge- speaking of shooting ones self in the foot- do you have combat related disabilities?

CRSC: COmbat related Special Comp:


This article from Military.com makes a good point- some vets might think they should be CRDP but they are really CRSC.

They have discussions on this a lot at mil.com-

very confusing stuff-

Also this is the DOD word on the two programs and the ten year phase out info-


Here is the MOAA recent Open season statement on election of CRDP or CRSC:


I have been following this issue for years and still cant figure out who runs this show-

it was a mess. but getting better I think-

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