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RAF medical

#1 Post by tikajan » Fri 28 Apr, 2017 9:37 am

i want to joint the royal air force as a PTI, but have athsma for a long time, since talking to an officer at the careers centre i was told to just stop using my inhaler which i have done, i barley used it anyway and am a long distance runner so know how to control my breathing.
It is a dream to do this job but i am just worried i will be turned away for having athsma but i dont ever use an inhaler and have not had an attack in something like 7 years ?
Thank you
Also i need to tell my mum my decision any suggestions?

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Re: RAF medical

#2 Post by Tab » Sun 30 Apr, 2017 12:02 am

Be honest about it, if you try and hide the condition they will bounce you fast for not telling them. Try to get a letter from your dictor saying that it no longer a problem

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