any potential problems??

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  1. mko1991

    mko1991 5-Year Member

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    i just got approved for USC's NROTC program. woot~ but now the real hurdles come for me: DoDMERB.

    I had a broken right middle finger back in '05 playing football and its all fixed but still looks bent sideways when holding it up. But besides it's appearance, i can use it to its full potential before the fracture.

    Also. in spring of '07 i recieved a minor fender bender and had a minor kink in the back while there was no problem and had to get it chiropractically adjusted for a few months. But after the treatments, my back is back to its full motion and health.

    Is there any potential for a disqualification here? i didn't a physical yet but i'm just so nervous over how my scholarship depends on my medical history.....

    p.s. I truthfully answered that i had an one time experience with alcohol but it was with my parent's when they said just try it for my 18th birth day..... fml.
     
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    flieger83 Super Moderator 5-Year Member

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    Only ONE person can answer these questions: Mr. Larry Mullen, Dep'y Director of DODMERB.

    His contact information is all over this forum; get it and drop him a message in the format he requests and he can help you with the answers you're looking for.

    Steve
    USAFA ALO
    USAFA '83
     
  3. mko1991

    mko1991 5-Year Member

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    Ah thanks, im such a noobie D=
     
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    MullenLE 5-Year Member

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    If U send to me 2 nite, I will reply tomorrow:thumb:
     
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    mko1991 5-Year Member

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    ah, what should i send good sir?

    i havnt seen my medical yet so its still iffy. =/
     
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    MullenLE 5-Year Member

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    mko1991 5-Year Member

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    Mr. Mullen, thanks for assuring me that those may not be a problem.

    When im done with my physical, i'll make sure to contact you again if any problems arise

    thank you!
     
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    MullenLE 5-Year Member

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    U R welcome. Good night:thumb:
     
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    FighterPilot46 5-Year Member

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    Disqualification Question

    Hey, I hope everyone is doing good. I am currently applying for USNA and just got my nomination letter from Congressman Howard Coble the day after Christmas. I have a question about the disqualification of applicants. I am currently 21 years old and I'm about to graduate from a technical school with a two year degree and i'm trying to play baseball at Navy. My freshman year in high school I broke my ankle and had to have surgery on it. I presently have three screws in the upper part on my ankle and I am wondering whether this would disqualify me for an appointment. It has been almost 7 years and haven't had any problems since. I have played baseball every year since and was not sure whether I would be allowed to go to Navy and play baseball. Can anyone give me any insight on this issue.
    -Steven
     
  10. MullenLE

    MullenLE 5-Year Member

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    FighterPilot46 - I just answered you on the previous post:

    Cut and paste you posting; provide your full name and last 4 SSN; and send to Larry.Mullen@dodmerb.tma.osd.mil. I can assist U better from there.:thumb:
     

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