Hi there pay type peeps. Hopefully someone can enlighten me here. Background info. I have served +22 years, WO1 and still in for foreseeable future. My various injuries incurred while serving are beginning to get a bit more troublesome in my old age. I have knackered knees, two crushed vertebra, the old eyesight and hearing are fading fast. I was medically downgraded some years ago after knee surgery (no cartilage left) but this has never affected either the ability to do my job or to go on Ops/Exs (I've done my share). As a result I've had a full (and mostly happy) career but I feel it is probably time to get out and do some real work. My questions are As I have served a full term and will leave with an immediate pension etc, am i entitled to anything for my injuries ? If so, who decides it and how do i go about it ? I thought that med pensions were instead of normal pensions, am I wrong (as usual) ? Don't get me wrong here, I'm not the type to trip in Burger king (much better than Mac D) and then claim a gazillion pounds. However; the more I reflect on 26 odd years service, the non fault military RTA's, the Regt/Corps sporting injuries, the crap boots etc etc the more i think I should be slightly fitter in my early 40s and not a near cripple. Any help/thoughts appreciated, slaggings included (I've undoubtedly heard worse).