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How Old Is Too Old To Join The Air Force
What's a good weight lifting schedule for the summer for a 17yr old that's going into the air force?
3-4 times per week: All the armed services require a high level of fitness in order to succeed. You are to be commended for trying to maximize your fitness prior to going on active duty. Vary the muscle groups you work throughout the week. Endurance and strength are both important to obtain. Weightlifting 3-4 times per week is fine. Talk to your recruiter for more specific recommendations. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Here are some ways: Check this site for info specific to training for usaf: http://www.Military.Com/military-fitness/air-force-fitness-requirements/air-force-basic-military-training-fitness-test. To lose weight keep up your physical activity & insure that calories burned exceed calories consumed. Weight training can help build muscle which helps to increase your metabolic rate. Aerobic activity will burn calories. ...Read more
I want to join the air force but have bad vision. Will getting lasik surgery impede my acceptance?
No it should not: I suggest reviewing what the requirements are for the air force prior to undergoing the surgery. You would like to specifically confirm that doing lasik (versus prk) will not disqualify you from the air force and what must be the uncorrected and best corrected vision after surgery to still qualify. I suggest showing that paperwork to the surgeon and make sure they are comfortable filling out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am currently trying to join the air force, but they require me to remove a mole that is deformed. What can I do?
Gi see your doctor: Your doctor can remove the mole for you. It is simple to excise it and it can be done by any phisician or surgeon or you can seek expert help from a dermatologist. ...Read more
Check: Check with the airforce medical department if this is possible. ...Read more
No: This would be found on the initial screening. Flying with sickle disease could be incapacitating and might even be lethal. If all else failed, the condition would certainly arise early in service time and you would be discharged for falsification of the application. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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