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    DELETE THREAD

    DELETE THREAD QUESTION HAS BEEN ANSWERED
  2. Piloneer

    Med discharge policy change

    Hi all, I’m a Cpl and been in nearly 12 years. I’m now 9 months down the recovery pathway after a nasty pilon fracture of my left leg/ankle (basically shattered my tibia at the ankle joint). I’ve got 3 screws, an ankle impingement meaning I have little dorsiflexion and muscle wastage meaning...
  3. A

    medical discharge

    I have recently received notification I am getting medical discharged as tier 2 with PTSD can anybody help with information as to what this means and what I need to do next? Thanks
  4. Roza

    Do I jump or be pushed?

    I'm 20 years old, been in the army for 4 years on 29th April this year. July 2015 I was passenger in a car accident and sustained a whiplash injury. A month later I was deployed to Poland on exercise, armed only with a sick chit and still very much in pain. It took until November 2015 to even...
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    Medical Discharge

    To All, I am part way through my medical discharge route, and up tell now (over the last 6 months or so) i knew **** all about what was happening and what was going on. so i thought it would be a good idea to start a thread and continue to add to it as i go through the process. the only things...
  6. B

    Med discharged for a secong time with the same injury.

    Evening all. Help needed if possible. I was mad discharged in 2005(for the first time) for a non freezing cold injury, both feet, while on exercise at otterburn(shudder) It destroyed my nerve endings and resulted in me waving bye bye at the front gate. Any way I never claimed compensation...
  7. W

    AFCS interim, likely outcome?

    I've been awarded a level 13 interim award and it will be reviewed in a year. I go to Med board next week with a strong inclination I will be P8. From experience, does anyone have an idea if interim payments normally go up or stay the same? (I know it's a bit of a generalisation). Thanks.
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