Posted on Dec 31, 2019
A1C Jordan Brenner
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Just interested in feedback because I have an active lawsuit at the Court of Federal Claims over exactly this issue with my discharge where the provider notes specifically state that if I was not discharged (for a personality disorder) that it would be very likely that my discharge would be unfavorable; is not a valid excuse to discharge a service member wrongfully. The AFDRB has since upgraded my discharge to read 'Secretarial Authority' 'KFF' while not changing reentry code '2C' -- Involuntarily Honorably Separated to '3K' -- Secretarial Authority. Is it far-fetched to think that the Air Force just might have to fulfill my whole 6-year Active Duty contract for admitting that I was not provided full administrative due process? The psychologist had even said in the decision rationale that I've never had a personality disorder. What is anyone's thoughts on this?
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LTC Kevin B.
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"continually gets away with fraudulent personality disorder diagnoses and discharges"

That's quite an assumption, stated as if it's an axiom. What is your evidence for such a claim?
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So honestly, if the command decided that you would be discharged for personally disorder rather than another unfavorable discharge they must really think that they are doing you a favor.

So what did you get in trouble for? What was the rest of the story? What did you do?
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A1C Jordan Brenner
A1C Jordan Brenner
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I didn’t do anything bad, my roommate reported me as suicidal and from there things just went downhill. I requested to see my own medical records and the psychologist told me “No.” what part of that isn’t weird? That’s a HIPPA violation.
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MAJ Critical Care Nurse
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A1C Jordan Brenner - HIPAA with one P was designed to make it easier to take records from one point to another. You want your medical records, you need to go the medical records department and submit paperwork to get them. The psychologist cannot give you records without you following the above policy.
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A1C Jordan Brenner - I find this suspect. I have seen Soldiers get recommended for Behavioral Health for suicidal ideations and not found to have any issues. They were only given a follow up. The ones that truly had issues were discharged.
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My thoughts are you are continuing the legacy of wasting time, energy, effort and other resources you started during your brief time in service. Your hack lawyer should have explained that individual did you a favor rather than bill you for services rendered for a lawsuit that is going to go as well as your career in the Air Force.
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1SG Healthcare Specialist (Combat Medic)
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A1C Jordan Brenner When the entire story is placed here I will consider taking you serious. I am glad you are finding a way to make yourself believe you are relevant but this lawsuit like your "career" in the Air Force is going nowhere.
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TSgt David Holman
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A1C Jordan Brenner I hate to tell you this, but the 1SG, whether he gives his name or not, is correct. If I were a lawyer (which I am not), I wouldn't be doing my job if I didn't tell you that you stood a chance. You have given your side of the story, and given your level of respect and maturity toward those on this board, I don't believe that the entire story has been stated. The best case scenario for you, honestly, is that you "might" get an upgrade on your discharge to under honorable conditions, but that is a stretch. I would not expect any kind of financial relief in this case
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A1C Jordan Brenner
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TSgt David Holman you’re not reading at all, I’ve had and always have had an honorable discharge.
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A1C Jordan Brenner - Does not sound like an honorable discharge from your initial write up ," where the provider notes specifically state that if I was not discharged (for a personality disorder) that it would be very likely that my discharge would be unfavorable;"
It clearly sounds to me you had two options, personality disorder or less than honorable DC. A personality disorder is an easier means to get disability, less than honorable could prevent employment. Make your decisions wisely.
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