As the title states, what is the proper greeting for Flag Officers? Do they follow the Sir/Ma’am etiquette as other officers or do you address them by rank? (ie Admiral ____ or General ____) thanks!
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Hey guys without going into too specific details I've received the results of my Physical portion of my C&P exam through QTC (contractor for the VA) and my paperwork that the representative filled out is internally inconsistent.
In example. It has a check box that is checked saying the claimed condition existed PRIOR to service and has not been aggravated beyond it's natural progression but in the same section under remarks they've copied and pasted the doctors notes from my initial diagnosis explaining how the injury occured and says "service related".
This doesn't happen just once but more than 4 times.
On another page there's a checkbox for if the veteran (myself) has been diagnosed with Plantar fasciitis. They've check marked the box that says no. But if you go to the page with the actual diagnosis it says I've been diagnosed with Plantar fasciitis and had it verified by a podiatrist.
Furthermore there's a section where it says my back pain is undiagnosed and lacks symptoms. But in another page or two it notes my spine injury.
What do I do? I contacted legal and they scheduled me an appointment for Monday but I feel I should act immediately and possibly with a lawyer that isn't ARMY.
Any personal advice/experiences?
I live in Boise, Idaho and go to school full-time at Boise State University. I've been going to school here for a while now, and I recieve the advertised (from the VA website) $1400/month in BAH.
My understanding is that the BAH is supposed to be the same rate as E-5 w/dependents, but that $1400/month I receive is over $300 less than the $1700/month or so rate for E-5 w/dependents here. I'm paying closer to $2350/month for a small home here, and it's impossible to find even a small apartment for $1500/month unless you're willing to commute an hour plus.
I don't really understand how this works. Does the GI Bill take a long time to adjust its BAH rates? Is there a new rule that the BAH rates are lower than enlisted rates? I'm really just looking for some clarification into how it works, and if I can expect more BAH in the future or not.
Yes I am going to school full time. I've verified I'm receiving the correct rate from my veterans center on campus, and I also confirmed the rate on the VA website tool using the GI Bill BAH comparison thingy.
I thought it was going to suck, but it was actually pretty cool. I was at Brentwood Springs in Indiana. Met a lot of people just like myself. I am still broken, and they recommended follow up care, but the RRTP I was supposed to go to, cancelled on me last minute. I’m still trying to stay positive. It was a neat experience. Don’t be afraid to get help. Trauma, MST, MH, Addiction, it’s all the same.
Side note: I got to my PS5 and my controller is broken. Come on first of the month!
I’m filling out the form 22-1990 online and not sure if I should check the box “I have a period of service that the Department of Defense counts toward an education loan payment”. I’m looking at my enlistment packet and I have the student loan repayment program which I haven’t used. Is that the same thing?
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