My daughter is a candidate for 2011. DoDMRB physical finished via the contractor (bad experience, I might add - doctor didn't see her until nearly 3 hours after scheduled time slot and were incredibly rude, not to mention the area of town we were in or the nature of patients in the waiting room! glad I went with her - wouldn't let her drive in that area of town alone! Questions: 1) daughter believes they measured hight incorrectly (1-1/2" shorter than she really is). This has a big factor on weight chart. Even given her accurate height her weight is high but she is very athletic and her body fat calculation is 26% (we think?). If they use the height the Doc-in-the-Box contractor DoDMRB figured, then she is at 30% body fat. Using the height we measured at home, she is only 26%. How do I get the height corrected? To get the body fat we did the neck, hip, wrist, arm, height/weight thing with all the "factors" we found on the web. (something like weight plus the hip factor for a total. Then the "factor" for all the rest subtracted from that sum to get the body fat.) I found the charts online - but it was sure hard to find. Men seem to have an easier calculation (just neck subtracted from waist). Nonetheless, now we wonder how to correct an erroneous height measurments. Any suggestions? Heard a rumor of someone in our area who went to AFA two years ago who had same thing happen - and his family spent nealry $5k in legal fees to force DoDMRB to take the height as measured by their family physician. We don't have a spare $5k stitting around so would like suggestions on what to do in this situtation. 2) Does she need a dental exam? Didn't see that with DoDMRB packet. Will one we sent at a later time? Older daughter got an ROTC scholarship 5 years ago and I am certain she had to go through dental. Thanks.