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I was just offered a Nov 7 class date. I live in Denver so I'm gonna be driving down there. My POC was saying how there is not enough clearances to fill classes so hopefully they will be clearing more ppl within the next few weeks
 
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Yea. I was told that I didn't have a good enough reason to extend my class date and a little over 3 weeks should be plenty of time to get OKC
 
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I was just offered a Nov 7 class date. I live in Denver so I'm gonna be driving down there. My POC was saying how there is not enough clearances to fill classes so hopefully they will be clearing more ppl within the next few weeks
Not enough!? Well hurry up and clear me and I’ll be there tomorrow! Lol
 
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Yea. I was told that I didn't have a good enough reason to extend my class date and a little over 3 weeks should be plenty of time to get OKC
Haha dang that sucks. Well I’ve just gotta hope they don’t clear me for another couple of weeks then. Thag shouldn’t be too hard based on their track record
 
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Got a response from medical. They asked for a few additional documents. A couple in particular i'm confused on, is there a specific source that this must be done?

· a repeat electrocardiogram (EKG)


· 3-day blood pressure

Can I just go to a clinic three days a in a row and have my blood pressure taken? Or does this need to be a specific type of facility/doctor? I already know that my blood pressure is crazy high, is that likely to disqualify me?
 

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Got a response from medical. They asked for a few additional documents. A couple in particular i'm confused on, is there a specific source that this must be done?

· a repeat electrocardiogram (EKG)


· 3-day blood pressure

Can I just go to a clinic three days a in a row and have my blood pressure taken? Or does this need to be a specific type of facility/doctor? I already know that my blood pressure is crazy high, is that likely to disqualify me?
I'm pretty sure if it's within a certain range you are good. If it's really high and you aren't being treated for it it you may be DQ for it. If it's under control and you are taking allowable meds for it then you can get a waiver.
 
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Got a response from medical. They asked for a few additional documents. A couple in particular i'm confused on, is there a specific source that this must be done?

· a repeat electrocardiogram (EKG)


· 3-day blood pressure

Can I just go to a clinic three days a in a row and have my blood pressure taken? Or does this need to be a specific type of facility/doctor? I already know that my blood pressure is crazy high, is that likely to disqualify me?
Might wanna ask your POC what exactly you have to do. They asked me for more docs too and I submitted them the next day and haven’t hear anything. This was 2 weeks ago. The wait continues lol
 
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I was asked for supplemental docs may 22. I submitted them June 1. Be prepared for a wait. SL said that my packet would probably be at least 1 more month.
 
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I was asked for supplemental docs may 22. I submitted them June 1. Be prepared for a wait. SL said that my packet would probably be at least 1 more month.
Yeah but veteran docs and stuff I hear take way longer to go through. I submitted a basic eye exam so i don’t think it should take me too much longer
 
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Yeah but veteran docs and stuff I hear take way longer to go through. I submitted a basic eye exam so i don’t think it should take me too much longer
That's what mine were. My VA disability percent breakdown, compensation medical exams, etc. One of my medical docs was 75 pages long. They also asked for my 10 year driving record and some other docs.
 
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