TeiloStone
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In December 2014 I was rejected from the Welbeck DSFC scheme for having eczema. The eczema was bad at the time however is now completely clear. I understand that your eczema should be clear for 3 years. I was rejected from the Army however now wish to apply for the Royal Navy. I was wondering if the Navy will turn me away as i was rejected within the last few years or will they treat me as if i never applied for the army or possibly a third scenario.

Thanks all for your help.
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Hey, I'm currently applying to the Royal Navy to become an officer, in my medical questionnaire they did ask about eczema but I think it was only for the last three years or so, and if it's not listed on your NHS profile it shouldn't come up on the medical profile they have acces to. But I don't think they'd reject you just because the Army did, as a result of your eczema, so far in the process the people I've spoken to don't seem have a very high regard of the Army medical officers/regulations, so I think you should be fine, good luck if you do apply
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