I'm sorry to hear about this, man. And thank you for your service.
To be honest, those number sound like they'll need to be addressed with RX strength means; not OTC. When you say thyroid at .62 what level are you referring to? I have hypothyroidism and the higher the TSH number, the lower the activity (e.g. being fat), whereas a lower TSH = higher activity thyroid (e.g. being rail thin). The numbers I had for that were 0.4 - 4.5 being normal TSH (though my endo said he feels 0.3 - 3.0 is a better description of normal).
As far as the test levels, I would think TRT or HRT with some testosterone cyp would be the route to go.
I'm sure some guys with more experience on that side could offer more advice, too.
I'm happy to help however I can, though admittedly I'm not as knowledgeable in the TRT/HRT areas yet.