No they can not
Answered - Superintendent (Current Employee) - Florida
Contact local Recruiter for details.
Answered - 2A011K – AVIONICS TEST STATION AND COMPONENTS (Former Employee) - Sheppard AFB, TX 76311
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
I don't think Air Force will accept someone who has Charcot Marie Tooth disease.
Answered - Staff Sergeant (Former Employee) - Lackland AFB, TX
Might have to get a waiver, speak to a recruiter to know for sure.
Answered - Air Force Trainee (Former Employee) - Lackland AFB, TX
Most likely not.
Answered - Medical Technician (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX
Yes, as a Civil Servant
Answered - Budget Analyst (Current Employee) - Dayton, OH
Unsure.I have no knowledge dental, or medical.
Answered - automation DTS Clerk III temporary (Former Employee) - Lackland AFB, TX
No. Don't try it.
Answered - Deputy Technical Director (Former Employee) - Vandenberg AFB, CA
No. You can't have any sickness.
Answered - Secretary (Former Employee) - Clovis, NM