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I was approved for my claim back in Jul. 2013....once I got shifted from Navy retirement pay to VA compensation it took only a couple of weeks before I received a rather large (to me) retro pay check. I doubt there was any time for any type of audit between DFAS and the VA. I then applied for CRSC it was approved about a month ago and this month, I received my first check. Have not received any paperwork concerning any of this except an approval from the Navy and a note saying they forwarded it to DFAS. It says retro to 2008 for some things and Oct. 2011 for others. My question is.....seems no audit has yet to be done, or processed one of the two. Should I not still have a lot more retro coming since it doesn't seem to me that a DFAS/VA audit has happened, or VA has not yet acted on it. I don't think from what I read on how this works, that DFAS will owe me any back pay, as I have been receiving retirement all this time. My understanding is that it gets bounced back to VA to make up the unpaid CRSC equivelant. I tried calling DFAS, but they are not accepting phone calls concerning CRSC as the phone disconnects as soon as I am transferred to that number. Can't get any info out of peggie or iris. Any ideas of what might be going on??

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you had an audit completed before your pay was disseminated. If you can not contact DFAS in reference to your CRSC, I would then call the CRSC folks at the Human Resource Command. They are very helpful in that office.

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Does anyone have the information to apply for CRSC? I am qualified and I just got my official ratings back, now it is time to push forward. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Does anyone have the information to apply for CRSC? I am qualified and I just got my official ratings back, now it is time to push forward. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

http://www.dfas.mil/retiredmilitary/disability/crsc.html

Thank you for your service, 'carolinian'.

Cmdr. Bob

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Thank you for the info! I am looking into it now.

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