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Questions about medical examination standards pertinent to MEPS accession medical examination and Air Force's Flyer Class III and Special Operations medical examinations are asked here. General questions about medical waiver requests and approval/disapproval for medical disqualification are also asked here. Negotiating or pleading case for approval is impossible as no waiver approval authority or Flight Surgeon will be reading or responding to any posts.
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MEPS Medical Examinations
The medical examination completed at MEPS are examinations conducted for the purpose of enlistment. It is a health and fitness examination evaluation of qualification for military service. This examination is not an Air Force initial Flying Class III or Special Operations Duty examination other than all Air Force applicants going Class III, air traffic controller, crew member, or commissioning will be tested for depth perception using the OPTEC 2300.
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Re: Loss of Big Toe
(caceres9288) - 10/14/16 03:08 PM
Initial Flying Class III & Special Operations Duty medical examinations
These examinations are done by the Air Force for its service members before the service member participates in performing such duties as a student or applies to cross train into a Flying or Special Operation Duty AFSC. The standards criteria do vary depending on specific AFSCs duty requirements to perform MFF, combat diver, and other duties.
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Re: Color vision deficienc...
(SP) - 02/16/17 08:13 AM
General Medical Questions
There are medical conditions that give cause to reject an examinee for entry into any rated,not-rated, or career enlisted aviator crew position training(all classes), or continued flying duty/SOD unless a waiver is granted. Question about such conditions and ailments should be asked here.
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Re: Corrective Eye Surgery
(Yukon) - 12/27/16 05:06 PM
Initial Physiological Training.
Rated officer aircrew, career enlisted aircrew, non-rated aircrew, parachutists, and AOP personnel will accomplish initial physiological training as part of their undergraduate flying training, flying specialty, or AFSC-granting formal training program. Battlefield airmen (1T2, 1C2, 1C4, 13D, 13C) and High Altitude Parachutists will receive High Altitude Parachutist initial and refresher training. For High Altitude Parachutists, initial physiological training should be completed after selection for attendance to a Military Freefall Course and before formal course entry. Also a Hyperbaric Pressure Test is a Combat Dive Course pre-requisite. This test is conducted in a hyperbaric recompression chamber. It is designed to determine if the applicant can successfully adapt to increased atmospheric pressure without adverse physiological reaction.
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MFF (high altitude) Parach...
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