I passed MEPS, but I had a federal job in the past, and I disclosed my medical history because I thought I would get in trouble if I didn't. My recruiter said say no to everything at MEPS, so I did. But the med brief really freaked me out because they were threatening dishonorable discharges if you're caught "lying." I disclosed my medical information to my AF recruiter after MEPS because I thought they might be able to find out my medical information from the federal job I used to work at. Then I would be charged with Fraudulent Enlistment. I told my AF recruiter I had childhood epilepsy, but I've been off meds for 5-6 years and I haven't had a seizure in that time. The last seizure I had was when I was 14. I'm 25 now. He said he would look into it for me.
Disclosing medical information after MEPS is over?
- 3+ months ago by Anonymous
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Added 3+ months ago:
I told my recruiter before meps that I had a childhood illness. But he didn't question me about it. He said it will be fine I just need to say no to everything.
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