|Military Medical Standards for Continued Service|
The following medical conditions could result in initiation of a Medical Evaluation Board (MEB), and could result in medical discharge:
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Myelopathic muscular atrophy, including residuals of poliomyelitis.
Progressive muscular atrophy.
Chorea. Chronic and progressive.
Migraine. Manifested by frequent disabling attacks which last for several consecutive days, and are unrelieved by treatment.
Narcolepsy. When attacks are not controlled by medication.
Peripheral nerve conditions such as:
Other neurological conditions. Any other neurological condition, regardless of etiology, when after adequate treatment, there remain residuals, such as persistent severe headaches, weakness or paralysis of important muscle groups, deformity, incoordination, pain or sensory disturbance, disturbance of consciousness, speech, or mental defects, or personality changes of such a degree as to definitely interfere with the performance of duty.
Above Information Derived from Air Force Instruction 148-23