- Reaction score
If that example fits the CBI, then the action should be as per the CBI.
No one except the mbr and clinician knows to should know what condition(s) warrant MELs. Does it seem fishy? Who cares? COs can discuss with the B Surg etc but I don’t see where they have authority to disallow the allowance if it doesn’t match policy such as CBI.
These little unit “review boards” are challenging the Health Services authority more than the mbr. The BSurg should be addressing that appropriately.
How is the unit CoC challenging Health Services?
The member is completely free to continue getting MELs before every exercise. The CoC does not consider if the MELs are valid or not, like you said it’s outside their scope.
The item is strictly has the member refused service. If they are deploying to the field they get the allowance if they don’t they don’t. There is no judgment on the validity of the refusal.