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krwhite

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Does anyone have experience with failing the anthro measurements for Navy FS?? I'm kind of small, and I was told over and over again that it wouldn't be an issue, since they need flight surgeons, and the anthros are more important for actual aviators. But I just got an email saying I'm DQ'd for anthros... Is there a way around this?
 

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It would depend on if you could still safely be within the parameters of flying in the ejection seat of a T6. If not then you could probably be an aeromedical examiner, but wouldn't be able to complete the flying portion.
 

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krwhite, what ever happened with this? I'm currently in the same position.
 
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