I have an injury (currently on profile) and won’t be able to pass APFT. I want to get med boarded, BUT I lied (by omission) about a different health issue that if I told the truth, I wouldn’t have been able to enlist. I want to know if the med board process would be able to find this and what happens then.
Based on the limited facts you have presented, I do not know what the condition was that you failed to disclose and whether it contributed to your current condition. However, you cannot lie and if discovered you would likely be separated for fraudulent enlistment. Moreover, you cannot control whether you are MEB'd. Either a medical professional or your Command needs to refer you into the process, and if your condition is unstable, then you will continue to be treated until there is a reasonable level of stability. It sounds like you need to reach out to an attorney to review your records and discuss the facts of your case.
You are admitting on an open and public internet that you have defrauded the US government---that is not smart. Easy to find out who you are and tie your statement to you.
You may see your honorable discharge become something far worse.
Stop posting details and see a JAG at legal services to discuss the details and your options in the safety of the JAG offices.
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