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pdc0786

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I am a surface nuke EM, been in since March 2006.  In August 2008, I was pregnant, then I lost the baby in September, became a little depressed, and my dr put me on antidepressants for a diagnosis of Adjustment Disorder w/ mixed anxiety.  In December, I became pregnant again, and my dr took me off the meds, and I am now 38 wks pregnant, and am no longer depressed.  It was just a situational episode, and I am trying to figure out if I am denuked for good, and also will I still continue to receive my reenlistment SRB this October?  I don't want to be denuked.  Please if anyone has had any experience with this type of thing, let me know what the outcome was.  Thanks!

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If your nuclear NEC was removed (you've been officially de-nuked) you will not get your SRB.
Once in while you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right

 


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