Or a guy I went through Bootcamp, School of Infantry, and shipped to the same company with who was told that his consistent breathing issues and blood in his mucus was probably some recurrent URI, so don't worry about it, only to be emergency medevac'd out of Mojave Viper to get his ribs cracked because oops, turns out your chest was actually rotting and now you are basically an asthmatic cripple for the rest of your life here's your oxygen tube and MedSep paperwork. That guys life was all downhill after that - he drove his car head-first into a semi at a combined speed of about 140 miles an hour 6 months later while we were in Iraq.
Maybe it's because you're navy. We've always heard that we get kicked your worst and newest docs.
As for Dependents - for two years I had to battle TRICARE to get them to pay for my sons' birth. Turns out that just because a woman is on a marriage certificate with you and is listed as the mother of your child doesn't actually necessarily mean that they will consider her your "wife". After all, her father is a retiree... so... see... she's already "in the system" as having had TRICARE as a secondary so... I mean... she's already in the system, you know, as a secondary and... well, I mean, everyone knows it's impossible for a woman to be one military members' daughter and another military members' wife.
Oh, and then after they finally admitted that okay she was my wife, they accused me of fraud because the Hospital had billed them for a child called "Baby [my last name]", and I didn't have a child actually named "Baby [my last name]" registered in DEERS.
F'ing idiots. I had to get counseled on why it's bad to threaten to set people's cars on fire with them locked inside.