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2 Comments

  1. Grant "Nick" Nicholas

    As with nearly all of your posts, this is extremely relevant to my situation. Am I correct in thinking that my “C” file will tell me if the GAF was used in my rating – 70%?
    Thank you,
    Nick
    MCPO,USN (Ret.)

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    • Chris Attig

      Nick,

      Great question! Yes, there should be information in your C-File that should tell you this. When you get it, look for a couple things:
      1) Medical treatment records that evaluate the severity of your Mental Health Condition
      2) C&P Examiner opinions that discuss the GAF Score or the 5 Axis rating
      3) Ratings Decisions and Statements of the Case where the rater talks about the resigns for choosing the rating (newer rating decisions don’t have this information, regrettably).

      Hope that helps!

      Chris

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