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Will I be able to collect my retirement pay immediately
I have been but on insulin last year.  Disqualifi from military service pending MEB.  Have served 32 Years. 10 Active in the marines and now 22 in the Air Force Reserves. Once i'm release from the reserves will I be able to collect my Mil pay or do I have to wait til sixty.  They inform me that the diabetes is not Mil related.
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1711789 tn?1361311607
Hi there!

I am not really sure about this one, since the rules are frequently changed. I would suggest discussing this with the military administrative department.

Take care!
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