How do I "go around" a permanent disqualification from MEPS?
I was recently denied my dream and life goal to become a Navy S.E.A.L. at the very first step! I need to know how to "go around" a permanent disqualification from the Navy because of my "Hyper-winging scapula, that does not exist, and I have a waiver for. PLEASE, help me to achieve my dream in anyway possible. no BS comments please. I was recently denied my life goal and dream to join the navy at the very first step. During my physical my doctor noted that my shoulders protrude a bit. He called it a hyperwinging scapula and recommended a waiver. I saw my doctor and he evaluated me. Head to toe he could not find a single problem with me. I submited a waiver he wrote me and now I am now permanently disqualified from service for a condition that does not exist according to MY doctor. I dont need scrutanization on the difficulty of BUD/S or the risk of hindering me and my fellow soldiers in the future as my doctor, my recruiters and I know that this condition is not legitimate. NO BS ANSWERS PLEASE. All I need is help from people that may know who to contact. Thankyou.
Asked By: - 11/24/2010
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I don't believe there's going to be any "go around." Sorry. But I'll try to explain why things are the way they are... More
Answered By: Mark - 11/24/2010
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Well, prove that it doesn't exist, otherwise you can't enlist. Military service isn't a right. If the docs say you can't, you can't.
Answered By: David - 11/24/2010
there is no "go around". sorry.
Answered By: Casey Forrest - 11/24/2010
if it doesn't exist you wouldn't have a waiver. and if you are medically disqualified you don't need to lie and put other soldiers lives at danger.
Answered By: how do you like me now - 11/24/2010
Get a medical evaluation from your personal doctor. If you really don't have it, bring in his paper and bring it to meps. If the MEPS doctor says you do, tough cookies... More
Answered By: Handsolo - 11/24/2010
Sorry...There are "NO WAIVERS" for the SEALS... or for any Mental Health Problems...
Answered By: Marine5 - 11/24/2010
there is no Go around, you eitrher meet the standards or you don't. SeAL does NOT permit waivers of any sort to join their ranks... More
Answered By: Mrsjvb - 11/25/2010
Look up the definition of "permanent".
Answered By: mgan - 11/25/2010
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