Tom AC my experience comes from serving for 6 years and knowing what goes on. I also work in the medical field, dear. You also don’t need to be an expert to understand that having someone HIV+ in hazardous duty areas could be disastrous.My understanding of this cocktail of drugs is that they are pretty regimented. They have to be taken at the same time everyday. So it might become an issue if you are out in the field or deployed..
I got kicked out because of a service connected injury. I require constant medical care because of scar tissue on my brain. The VA is is taking very good care of me. I resent my commitment to the service being cheapened by a bunch of whining fruitcake pukes who have no business in the armed forces. It’s bad enough that the military is forced to pretend that mental health issues have to be compensated for even though 95% of them were messed up before they got into the service.
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