Introduction For context and to help describe the recruiting process for an applicant wishing to join the Regular Army the following outlines the common soldier recruiting pipeline activity. It is worth noting there are nuances between Soldier/Officer and Regular/Reserve (primarily at selection [Note 1] and medical screening [Note 2]). This information was correct on 30… Read More
What Dental Issues Disqualify You From The US Military?
A sense of duty to their country is usually the motivation behind a person’s decision to enlist in the US military, especially if they were brought up in a patriotic family. However, even in patriotic families, potential recruits must follow the medical requirements, which is undertaken at the MEPS (Military Entrance Processing Station) or your… Read More
Developing a Military Career Adaptability Questionnaire (MCAQ)
Research Paper Title Military Career Adaptability Questionnaire in China: Development and Validation. Background To develop the Military Career Adaptability Questionnaire (MCAQ) in China and to test its reliability and validity. Methods In study 1, an open-ended questionnaire survey was conducted among 200 military personnel. Based on the empirical construction by military personnel of various branches,… Read More
US Army Trials Programme for Waivers for Test Scores
The US Army is introducing a pilot programme designed to find recruits who will be a better fit for the service and even allow them to enter jobs that require higher standardised test scores than what they earned, according to an Army news release. The Pentagon has authorised a three-year study using the Tailored AdaptivePersonality… Read More
Bicuspid Aortic Valve & Its Implications for Military Service
Research Paper Title Three cusps are better than two: bicuspid aortic valve and implications for military service. Background Bicuspid aortic valve (BAV) is the most common congenital cardiac malformation. It is an aortopathy and is associated with other congenital heart disease. Although there is no mortality increase with BAV, the natural history increases the risk… Read More
Quick Outline of the British Army’s New Fitness Tests
There are now new fitness tests that aspirants will undertake when they attend the Army Assessment Centre. There are three elements that individuals will be tested on: Running; Throwing; and Pull. These elements are tested in the following tests. The Run This is a two-part run: 0.5 mile (800 metre) warm-up jog, taking between 6… Read More
In The Digital Age When Poor Eyesight Is More Common Than Ever, Are There Less People Who Are Qualified To Join The Military?
Joining the military is a selfless and noble deed. Regardless of the reasons for joining (which are many and they vary between individuals), the single constant factor here lies in the fact that there are strict requirements that you have to meet if you want to be able to enlist. With technology as prevalent and… Read More
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