IFCII-RPA

mafd17

Member
Hello I am an RPA select and I am about to go to my Flight Physical. I had a quick question. What is the difference between a Flying Class I/II physical?

Thanks for all the help!
 

5Day

Member
Your best resource would be to go through the Air Force Aeromedical Standards and work through the details. From a high level this is from the AFROTC site.
PILOT
  • Normal color vision
  • Distant vision: uncorrected 20/200, but corrected to 20/20
    Near vision: uncorrected 20/40, but corrected to 20/20
    Note: Corrective eye surgery could be a disqualifier.
  • Meet refraction, accommodation and astigmatism requirements
  • Have no history of hay fever, asthma or allergies after age 12
  • Meet Air Force weight and physical conditioning requirements
  • Have standing height of 64 to 77 inches and sitting height of 34 to 40 inches
COMBAT SYSTEMS OFFICER
  • Normal color vision
  • Distant vision: uncorrected 20/400, but corrected to 20/20
    Near vision: uncorrected 20/40, but corrected to 20/20
    Note: Corrective eye surgery could be a disqualifier.
  • Meet refraction, accommodation and astigmatism requirements
  • Have no history of hay fever, asthma or allergies after age 12
  • Meet Air Force weight and physical conditioning requirements
  • Have standing height of 64 to 77 inches and sitting height of 33 to 40 inches
AIR BATTLE MANAGER
  • Normal color vision
  • Distant vision: Uncorrected cannot exceed 20/400 and must correct to 20/20.
    Near vision: There is no standard for uncorrected but must correct to 20/20.
    Note: Corrective eye surgery could be a disqualifier.
  • Meet refraction, accommodation and astigmatism requirements
  • Meet Air Force weight and physical conditioning requirements
  • No standing or sitting height requirement
REMOTE PILOTED AIRCRAFT PILOT
  • Normal color vision
  • Distant vision: Uncorrected cannot exceed 20/400 but must correct to 20/20.
    Near vision: There is no standard for uncorrected near vision but must correct to 20/20.
    Note: Corrective eye surgery could be a disqualifier.
  • Meet refraction, accommodation and astigmatism requirements
  • Meet Air Force weight and physical conditioning requirements
  • No standing or sitting height requirement
 
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