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    Concave Chest

    I have a concave chest(a dent in my chest basically) I was wondering if this is something that will disqualify me. I am a Navy reservist and it wasnt an issue when I joined at all, no doctor has ever asked me about it much and it hasnt cause me any problems that im aware of.

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    Re: Concave Chest

    If you were cleared by MEPS to join in the first place then you should be fine. I'd be worried about being a reservist though, because Special Warfare doesn't take prior service. BTW, why is this in feet? lol

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    Re: Concave Chest

    Rather than open a new thread, this seems like a good place, I am not in the service or in the DEP, however I have a bit of a barrel chest, not to bad like some people, but still, do you think would be a problem.
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    Re: Concave Chest

    Attention to detail buddy, unless your chest is really on your foot.

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    Re: Concave Chest

    Ye I realise, but I figured since this one was already open, rather than make a new thread I would ask it here, but maybe you are right.
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