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    hello everyone im glad to be part of your forum as a fresh member. know here is my question; what is the waiver for a physical or for the pt test if you are selected for a law enforcement job with the dept. of defense? as a veteran what are the waivers? will they hire you now matter what or they have a high standards as any other fed. agency?

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    Re: wich are the waivers for..............

    Originally posted by scorpion
    know here is my question; what is the waiver for a physical or for the pt test if you are selected for a law enforcement job with the dept. of defense? as a veteran what are the waivers? will they hire you now matter what or they have a high standards as any other fed. agency?
    If I understand your question correctly, you are not able to participate in some/all of the pt test, and want to know what the procedure is to excuse yourself from some/all of the test (?).

    Don't know if it is the same in the U.S. but when I did fitness testing for the Canadian military you were required to "show up" for the fitness tester. If your pre-screenings were not OK (ie. heart rate, blood pressure, etc. were above the cutoffs), I sent you to the base physician to get a release (ie. a doctor's note that you were OK/not OK, to proceed with the test). If you indicated YOURSELF that were not able to test I also sent you to the base doc to get his OK to proceed. If you were not able able to participate in any/all of the fitness test you were put on remedial PT until you could (time lines in place ie. try again in 3 months/6 months etc.). You were expected to meet minimum fitness standards within a reasonable period of time or your continued employment in the military was compromised.

    If you can't meet minimum standards, and will not be able to meet them within a reasonable period of time (while currently employed with the military) I expect that you will have a very difficult time becoming an MP. I don't imagine that the U.S. military is too different. Again.....if I have understood your question(s) correctly.

    Don't exactly understand where you're coming from because you indicate that you are located in the Caribbean - hope others can chime in on this and offer you their opinion.

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