Sergeant Danny Nightingale has returned to work today after being released from jail last week.
Talking to BBC Breakfast, his wife Sally said he had been put back on the payroll but would now have to undergo tests regarding a brain injury which affected his memory.
The SAS sniper was released after having his conviction illegally possessing a pistol and ammunition overturned by three appeal judges.
More top news
Three men have been sentenced to a total of 31 years for their role in a 'crash for cash' plot which led to the death of a great grandmother
She met with the families of children who must stay near the hospital.
Ian Patterson is accused of causing his patients grievous bodily harm by conducting operations that were unnecessary.