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Anybody know where to find an DoD (dept. of defense) Enlistment, Physical Examination on-line? Would the exam be the same across all branches? ~Wings

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Military Entrace Processing Station (MEPS) Regulation 40-1, paragraph 5-1b(1) directs the use of Army Regulation 40-501, Chapter 2 for medical qualifications for all branches of the Armed Forces (including the Coast Guard). The information in Army Regulation 40-501, is derived directly from

Department of Defense (DOD) Directive 6130.3, Physical Standards for Appointment, Enlistment, and Induction,

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DOD Instruction 6130.4, Criteria and Procedure Requirements for Physical Standards for Appointment, Enlistment, or Induction in the Armed Forces.

Still saearching for location . . .

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My enlistment exam went so fast I was almost raising my right hand before I had my pants back on after the humiliating part of the exam. Now I know what a cow feels like on the way to the slaughter house.

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When I tyook my enlistment exam I was not able to pee in a bottle so they used someone elses. Anyway they took a guy with a club foot and a guy with a heart murrmur who had been 4 F for 5 previous years.

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Pete

We were the cream of the crop!

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Know what, I CRS (can't remember shi#) about my enlistment exam LOL! I know it was over pretty quick: height, weight, B/P, temp (warm or cold) LOL! Thanks for your stories guys, they make me laugh ;-) ~Wings

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I volunteered for the Navy. I took two entrance exams, flunked them both. I got drafted in 1968 and long story short graduated the University of Viet Nam, class of 1970. I don't know if I was the cream of the crop but I was breathing and vertical. I think that was the criteria. Terry Sturgis

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Somehow I got my entrance exam from my c-file.

The separation exam shows that I was dentally qualified class 1, and the hearing exam shows that I was almost deaf. The rest of the exam was marked normal by a corpsman.

My squadron corpsman knew that I would need these papers one day, so he handed me a copy before separation with the explanation to keep these for ever.

C-File has a lot of information.

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Adora,

This might be what you're searching for, hope it helps.

http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/...805/i61304p.pdf

carlie

Thanks Carlie! I have read this directive before - and it's an important one for research (I needed a copy), but I was hoping to see the entrance physical exam/work sheet itself - the one they'd place in your SMRs ... still searching! HUGS!

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