I'm a 5'0 teen girl that's interested in the US Air Force. Would I stand a chance? What do I do?
I'm 5 feet tall and barely over 100 lbs. I have asthma and anxiety (both are steadily getting better), and parents that don't approve of my interest in joining the Air Force when I graduate. Do I stand a chance and what should I do?
- 1 month ago
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- RichardLv 41 month ago
If you could pass a physical, then you should be ok. As for your folks, well, it is your life to live. I enjoyed my time in the Air Force!. 2W051Source(s): USAF 93-97
- AlbertLv 51 month ago
With the health problems you posted, that's I believe a end to the attempt to try. One hopes that your recruiter is going to know the true answer to this. Keep in mind that military service in the USA has been a voluntary thing for years now. Many will try, but only the few may make it. That's just how it goes. Thank you for trying, but if such holds true to form. You got such to strike against you.
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- MichaelaLv 71 month ago
two show stoppers: asthma and anxiety will both sideline you. now if you 'forgot' to report either....that is on you. but they will listen to your lungs and it is pretty hard to hide asthma
- DanielLv 71 month ago
Unless you can pass the Air Force's pulmonary function test, the asthma is disqualifying.
The anxiety is also disqualifying and having a history of it will probably permanently bar you.
- 1 month ago
just don't tell them about your asthma. don't listen to the haters.
- PearlLv 71 month ago
i would just apply for it and see and then you'll know, im 4ft5 myself
- Anonymous1 month ago
No chance of enlisting whatsoever.
- MrsjvbLv 71 month ago
The asthma is a PDQ and there are no waivers. You cannot serve at all so will need to choose another path