1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 11, 2022 2:58 PM by Rachael Salyer

    Seeking medical disabilities diagnoses not listed in my medical records.

    ghost_i_am Newbie

      I was enlisted in the USMC 23-Jun-69 and was released from active duty on 22-Jun-71. During my exit medical examination by naval personnel I was found to have medical disabilities that would require me not to get released on scheduled date. If I wanted to leave service on the scheduled date, I was asked to sign a waiver of whatever disabilities they identified. I did sign a blank waiver form but never saw what those disabilities were requiring me to stay in service. The physical examination took place in the middle of June 1971. I do have a copy of my military records and nothing was found pertaining to that situation requesting I remain in service. If at all possible I would like to get a copy of that naval statement request I remain in service and most important is the medical reasons why. My service number was 2559638. I suspect you may need more personal information but would not place it here at this time and would prefer via email from you of information needed. Full name: Albert R. Morrow

        • Re: Seeking medical disabilities diagnoses not listed in my medical records.
          Rachael Salyer Ranger

          Dear Mr. Morrow,

           

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