The lovely Mrs VB is due to leave the army in a few months time. The situation has been complicated by her needing some med treatment which should have been carried out last year but wasn't - it has been suggested that her service may need to be extended to accommodate this, but no decision has been taken. In the meantime, she has been told to act as if her run-out date won't change and carry on with her resettlement course. However, she has been told that part of her terminal leave will be taken up by rehab, and that she may not get all the rest of it because she's needed at work. She also has about 20 days annual leave left that she's been told she won't get. Where does she stand with this? She needs her terminal leave to organise a job (so she can keep me in the manner to which I have become accustomed); should this not be 'protected' time, or is there any sort of payment in lieu if she doesn't get it? The unit are very vague and don't seem to want to commit themselves or give a definitive answer. Grateful for any advice from those in the know.