pregnancy? What about inability to maintain a family care plan?
i know people for both.. why?
Been in the Navy 11 years, had my daughter she is 5 now, every year I update my family care plan, yes if you don't keep it updated the military can discharge you, but what is your question exactly?
well my husband is military, and i have a friend that couldnt keep up with his family care plan,
I got out due to FCP. We unexpectedly got pregnant and we didn't/don't have a solid FCP. So I got out with an honorable discharge and all that fun stuff.
I got out due to my FCP. We were dual miltary Army. No sweat for us, I just got to sit home and be more OCD thanI already was due to too much tme on hand, Lol.
Quoting MasterAtArms: pregnancy? What about inability to maintain a family care plan?
Thanks for asking this, for I was gonna ask a similar one: you see, my spouse is TDRL (about to be PDRL), he's getting a pension (at first it was 60% and now is 70%), and is also applying for SSDI. In case he ends up getting the 100% or get the SSDI, should I be forced to get out as well? I am in the reserves, but family care plans work the same in both reserve and active components.
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