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Please advise // get retirement

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Tlomax

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When i went through peblo and disability; despite having been on limdu for like 2 years, and having treatments and physical therapy; dod gave me zero disability percentage. Even though my ship duty screening was a heck no.

I chose to be honorably discharged, rather than fail prts or not be accepted to a command; as recommended by my peblo 

I was told once the VA gave me any rating over 60%, they could then file to get my retirement back because i should have been medically retired. I am currently 80% disabled.

Does anyone know the process on how to get that retirement back? Im not even super concerned about the back pay i was told i would get either. Furthermore not even all of my conditions were reviewed to get that 80% anyway. Please advise.

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I am sure that my elders will chime in but you are must qualify for either crsc or cdrp. If you are a combat vet, you will fall under crsc. There is a downloadable form . I can attach the form but I do not know if you are a combat vet. Don't want to send the wrong form.  

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Well, I do think that it would say it on your dd 214. Take a look at your 214. Also Google csrc and crdp requirements. May help you. Also I think this is a place on Hadit that explains it better than I can. 

You are on the right track. It's not automatic, you have to apply for it. 

 

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So it appears i will need to look into CRSP and PDBR. I was also advised to call a VSO to discuss. Most are closed right now; but i appreciate your feedback. I know people probably ask alot; but do you typically require a lawyer for either of those?

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