TBI in 2003, IED in a HMWWV, back then no one heard of TBI, so no treatment. If you could get up and stagger off, you did. So I moved out and went on to Tikrit. Mission went on, so I am told. Frankly I don't recall most of the next 6 months. My memory is still shot. Compensate with a notebook. That was the last top block OER I received. The migraines are dibiliating and my ability to focus and remember is simply not there. I was crushed yesterday when my boss counseled me with 4 bullets of vague things I do well and a page and a half of what I have forgotten or been confused on. I told him when I arrived I had the handicap and why. It is time to retire. Half of what he had on there was not really true, he is just a very vindictive man. likes dressing me down in front of the section, I am the deputy. This is my 5th deployment. I have 22 years active duty, so it is time to retire. This one has crushed me.