A 33-year-old member asked:

What are the chances of getting military waiver(s)?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 27 years experience
Obtaining a medical: waiver depends on a # of things such as what the condition is (some are not waiverable), how severe, if it has been corrected or if it has resolved.
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Dr. Erin Robertson
General Practice 21 years experience
Possible MOS reclass: Are you asking about a waiver to get in, or to stay in? Regs to get in are of course more stringent than regs to stay in. After you've gone through Basic, AIT, and spent time serving, the military will rightly try to keep you, since you have valuable training & experience. It all boils down to safety. You've got to pass the PFT & perform basic soldiering duties in an austere environment to stay in
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