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Do the army contact your doctors surgery as part of your medical ???
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Why are you asking?
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Why are you asking?
Cause i have read and heard different things from places and people.
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Depends a little on the stage and other circumstances, but even if they don't by default, they could at any future point.
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Cause i have read and heard different things from places and people.
It doesn't matter.

Are you asking this question because there's something in your medical history you don't want the army to find out?
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It doesn't matter.

Are you asking this question because there's something in your medical history you don't want the army to find out?
Yes. Their previous posts talk about an asthma diagnosis and prescribed treatment within the last couple of years.
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Yes. Their previous posts talk about an asthma diagnosis and prescribed treatment within the last couple of years.
Ah.
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Ah.
But by the time i apply it would have been 4 years since my last prescription anyway. I was jw...
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But by the time i apply it would have been 4 years since my last prescription anyway. I was jw...
So it wouldn’t matter if they contacted you GP then, would it?
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So it wouldn’t matter if they contacted you GP then, would it?
Probably not, i was just curious jeez
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It’s better to be honest. Lying might end in a dishonourable discharge instead of just a medical discharge or rejection from joining.
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Do the army contact your doctors surgery as part of your medical ???
All I will say is be honest. If you lie and they discover it further down the line there can be severe consequences.
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