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  1. DQ from all military service. A waiver (for enlisted, non-aircrew position) is possible after 2+ years off medication, but there are some health risks to me if I stop medication.
  2. Thanks everyone for the replies! I am approaching this in a very matter-of-fact way and would just be happy to contribute. I am going to look more into these suggestions and hopefully get some applications sent in. Thanks and staff safe!
  3. Hello Everyone. I was originally pursuing a pilot slot; however, due to a certain medication that I am on, I am unable to even get past MEPS. I have done everything possible, but I am not ready to accept the risk of quitting the medication right now. With this being the case, I would still like to be involved in any way possible with the military aviation world. In your experience, have there been any civilian positions that work closely with the squadrons or Air Force as a whole? I have a bachelor's degree and a couple of years of professional work experience. However, most of the available civilian jobs I have found on usajobs .com are sim/technical instructors or specialty roles such as doctors, nurses, etc., and I do not qualify. I referenced these forums for years when first pursuing a pilot slot, and given the amount of experienced members that frequent this site, I figured this would be the best place to ask this sort of question. I know this isn't your usual topic, but I appreciate any help I can get.
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