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Positive Outcome for BUMED Waiver

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  • Positive Outcome for BUMED Waiver

    Can PST scores and statements of activity in our file support a positive outcome on a BUMED waiver?

    - I have two surgeries that occurred 6 & 8 yrs ago. I put statements of activity about my training regiment and also listed out my PST scores and how after the following workouts and physical performances that I have no discomfort, pain ect. I also have an outside letter from a former diving medical officer of the Navy who supports the decision to approve me.

    I know I have read in some places that some of this will matter, sometimes I have read it will not. I believe I have competitive scores and don't want to miss out on a SEAL contract due to a process which is out of my control. Thank you for any support, advice or feedback.

    Jan 28 PST score
    Swim 7:10
    Push 100
    Sit: 112
    Pull 16
    Run 8:57

    Feb 25 PST Score
    Swim 6:50
    Push 93
    Sit 108
    Pull 18
    Run 8:54

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    Re: Positive Outcome for BUMED Waiver

    The doc at BUMED will examine any written material that accompanies the waiver and consider it before he makes a decision. Primarily, he is interested in medical stuff like physician's statements and actual test results and diagnoses, not your PST scores.
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    John F. Kennedy
    35th President of U.S. 1961-1963 (1917 - 1963)

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