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Recruiter Lied?

Author : Anonymous

Submitted : 2018-02-22 16:08:21    Popularity:     

Tags: Recruiter  Lied  

So basically im trying to join the Air Force. I am 6 feet 206 pounds. The requirements for my height is supposed to be 202 max weight. My recruiter put on the paper I was 190 and without thinking about it till after I signed the paper saying everything wa

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A recruiter lying??? Say it aint so!!!

just write your actual weght at meps

they are gonna weigh you anyway

Take off the weight and don't worry about it. My weight will change plus or minus a few pounds depending on what is in my pockets and how recently I visited the toilet. Drinking a pint of water will make you a pound heavier. The only weight that counts is the one at MEPS.

It doesn't matter what is written in for your weight. All that matters is what it says on the scale when you get to MEPS.

Yeah, get ready for a long list of lies if you actually sign on the dotted line!

MEPS won't let you enlist. That's worse case, but if you make weight it's not an issue.

USAF vet here and recruiters always lie. Not only do they get their base pay they also get bonuses for new successful recruits. I wouldn't worry about what your recruiter put just worry about yourself and what you have to fill out at MEPS. Weight to most is an estimated guess and they will weigh you at MEPS and also the paper you fill out with them be truthful on everything.

Lose the weight and stop worrying about stupid things. When you go to MEPS, put the weight you are at that time.



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