Question by  jpw (33)

What would disqualify someone during an army flight physical?

I am having my army flight physical and want to make sure I qualify.


Answer by  spragoo (1500)

Your sight has to be very good and you can't be color blind. Also your blood pressure has to be at a very good level. Your hearing has to be at a high standard. They will do a mental stability test as well. Good luck!


Answer by  Manda (1103)

The military has some strict requirements. Many people can be disqualified for many physical reasons. One of them is having any metal parts or pieces inside you (from surgery, etc).


Answer by  vignesh07 (40)

The Army has very few fixed-wing aircraft. Army Aviators must pass a Flight Class I Flying Physical. To enter Army Helicopter Flight Training, as either a commissioned officer or warrant officer, the applicant can have vision no worse than 20/50 (correctable to 20/20) in each eye.

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