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  1. I believe it's the machines that are a bit finicky. I heard if you want to get a good one to retest at medical on base and dont use the ones on the ends, only use the ones in the middle.
  2. Is there a certain Afsc, security clearance or other thing I need to aim for to get the 422/IMR once in ARNG?
  3. Yes but meps doesnt reject you because you were misdiagnosed with something you never had.
  4. Hey iRobot, Thanks for replying. I'm not joining AF-ROTC for the scholarship, I'm joining to become an officer. But because I cant get a scholarship through AF-ROTC I drcided to join ARNG to get help with paying for college. I was also told that I can use ARNG TA as soon as I swear in and that I do not have to wait to reach 5 level in my AFSC to go to college. I want to avoid DoDmerb so 422/IMR would help me do that.
  5. This is a cross post from rotc. I'm in in college and thinking of joining the California Air National Guard to help pay for college since I'm too old to get an AF-ROTC scholarships (I'm 32). My plan is to do AF-ROTC and Air Guard at the same time. I was told some AF-ROTC dtachments take the Air Guard's 422/IMR in place of DoDMerb medical exam and I want to get the opinion of those who's detachments allowed them to do this. Was it difficult to get your detachment to take 422/IMR? I spoke to the 3 detachments near me here in Los Angeles and they all told me they didnt know if they would take the 422/IMR so that made it seem like it was a tough sell. Another side of this is that I have read countless stories of awesome cadets being DQ'd over absolutely nothing and I figure 422/IMR would help me avoid being DQ'd so it's a win win imo since I also wouldnt have to go through the wait of going to and through waiting for approval from DoDMerb.
  6. I'm in in college and thinking of joining the California Air National Guard to help pay for college since I'm too old to get AF-ROTC scholarships (I'm 32). My plan is to do AF-ROTC and Air Guard at the same time. I was told some AF-ROTC dtachments take the Air Guard's 422/IMR in place of DoDMerb medical exam and I want to get the opinion of those who's detachments allowed them to do this. Was it difficult to get your detachment to take 422/IMR? Another side of this is that I have read countless stories of awesome cadets being DQ'd over absolutely nothing and I figure 422/IMR would help me avoid being DQ'd.
  7. Okay so you have to commission by 33 or start ROTC by 33 to try for a pilot slot?
  8. I'm 32 and going back to get my bachelors and become and RPA. So this makes me glad also as I'm nearing the cut off age to commission also
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