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Can someone with Charcot Marie Tooth disease join U.S Air Firce?


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No they can not

Answered - Superintendent (Current Employee) - Florida

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Contact local Recruiter for details.

Answered - 2A011K – AVIONICS TEST STATION AND COMPONENTS (Former Employee) - Sheppard AFB, TX 76311

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Yes, there are many jobs within the Air Force and working directly with the Air Force that are considered civilian Government jobs that do not require physical exams and having a disability or other minor health issues will not disqualify you from working for the Air Force as a civilian.

Answered - FINANCE MANAGER (Former Employee) - Fort Eustis, VA

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I don't think Air Force will accept someone who has Charcot Marie Tooth disease.

Answered - Staff Sergeant (Former Employee) - Lackland AFB, TX

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Might have to get a waiver, speak to a recruiter to know for sure.

Answered - Air Force Trainee (Former Employee) - Lackland AFB, TX

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Most likely not.

Answered - Medical Technician (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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Yes, as a Civil Servant

Answered - Budget Analyst (Current Employee) - Dayton, OH

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Unsure.I have no knowledge dental, or medical.

Answered - automation DTS Clerk III temporary (Former Employee) - Lackland AFB, TX

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No. Don't try it.

Answered - Deputy Technical Director (Former Employee) - Vandenberg AFB, CA

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No. You can't have any sickness.

Answered - Secretary (Former Employee) - Clovis, NM

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