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By Court Order, Department of Navy Begins Process to Reconsider 3,770 Medical Discharges for Retirement Upgrades


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The Department of the Navy has begun notifying more than 3,700 medically discharged sailors and Marines of their eligibility for a new physical evaluation board hearing -- one that could result in an upgrade to medical retirement.

Over the next several months, eligible veterans medically discharged between Sept. 12, 2016, and June 11, 2018, are to receive a letter from the Secretary of the Navy Council of Review Boards asking whether they want to have their cases reconsidered.

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