I'm trying to advise a soldier, and would be grateful for advice from any G1/ AGC types. The soldier was due to leave the army having signed off after several years. He should have had treatment for an injury last year, but for various reasons (none his fault), this only happened two months prior to his discharge date. The CoC were aware beforehand that a period of rehabilitation would be required, but nonetheless, and despite the strong medical recommendation that he should be extended, MCM Div decided that the original discharge date should stand. The unit have refused to provide anything in writing about either the decision, or their part in it. All the time that the soldier should have been on terminal leave was taken up with sick leave and physio/med appts. At the last minute, an extension was granted. However, the soldier was told that he is not entitled to any terminal leave. I find this difficult to believe, but the unit are again refusing to put anything in writing. Is he really not entitled to any terminal leave?