weight loss


Question by  pbtollient (29)

Is there a weight limit to get into the Air-force?

I don't know if I will be eligible or not.


Answer by  patti (29325)

There are no specific weight/height requirements, but the weight must be in proportion to the weight and the individual must be able to meet all the PT standards. In preparation to apply to the USAF, start working out in an effort to meet those standards. Run several days a week.


Answer by  Miffy (216)

The requirement is no longer weight but body mass index (BMI), which depends on both weight and height. It should be above 19. 0 to be considered healthy


Answer by  Tknight (273)

Limits on weight in the Air Force depend on your height. For example, if you are 70 inches tall, you should weigh no more than 191 lbs. On occasion, the military may grant medical waivers if the person does not meet certain criteria.


Answer by  Gunrunner (561)

There are two weight limits involved and they are based on height. You must exceed the minimum weight, but not exceed the maximum weight. An Air Force recruiter will help.


Answer by  Shreyansh (236)

Yes there is a weight limit to get into air force, it depends & varies upon your height. There is a weight value corresponding to the height value.


Answer by  yaomingjr32 (120)

you just have to fit in and not be over weight in the body mass index chart thing to get into air force.

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