What replaced AFI 10 203?
It replaces AFI 10-203, Duty Limiting Conditions. Major changes include the inclusion of Airman availability management processes and the inclusion of Airmen medical readiness optimization (AMRO).
What disqualifies you from joining the Air Force?
There are age, citizenship, physical, education, height/weight, criminal record, medical, and drug history standards that can exclude you from joining the military.
What are the minimum requirements for Air Force?
- Be between 17 and 39 years of age.
- Be a U.S. citizen or legal, permanent resident.
- Have a high school diploma, GED with at least 15 college credits, or GED.
What are the 4 standards for the Air Force uniform?
What are the four elements of the standards for wearing the uniform and why are they important? The four elements for wearing the uniform are neatness, cleanliness, safety, and military image. Neatness, cleanliness, and safety are important for the efficiency, health, and well-being of the force.
How long does an Irilo take?
Not sure on average timelines, but the RILO process should not exceed 45 days. You have alot of conditions, but your likelihood of being allowed to stay in or being MEBed is very highly case specific. Even with the severe apnea, its a question of what limitations you are left with after treatment.
What does T 1 mean in an AFI?
Table 1.1. Tier Waiver Authorities.
|Tier Number||May be used in publications at||Or,|
|T-1||Departmental level only||Conformity is needed across the Air Force and HAF must be consulted prior to deviations|
How long will I be away from my family in the Air Force?
The length of deployment ranges from 4 to 12 months depending on an Airman’s specific job, location and mission requirements. Regardless of where your child is stationed or deployed, there are plenty of communication options available to keep in touch.
What are the Air Force height and weight requirements?
For example, all pilot candidates must meet the following: Must be no less than 64 inches short, and 77 inches tall when standing. Must be 34 – 40 inches tall when sitting. Must weight no less than 160 lbs.
How long does an MEB take in the Air Force?
about 100 days
The MEB Process usually lasts about 100 days, but this is not set in stone. If the case is more difficult, the necessary evidence isn’t entirely submitted at the start of the MEB Process, or the PEB sends the case back, the MEB Process could take longer.
What does Rilo mean in the Air Force?
Air Force Personnel Center. We dove into the AFPC process called the RILO, Review In Lieu Of, Medical Evaluation Board. This process is used to return Airmen back to duty when their medical conditions don’t require a lengthy and involved MEB process.
What do you need to know about your Air Force Profile?
All Airmen on a profile for more than 30 days are required to meet with the exercise physiologist and develop a personal exercise program to help maintain fitness during medical recovery. The exercise physiologist also uses the information to determine U.S. Air Force fitness testing component restrictions.
What are the standards for the Air Force test?
The Air Force sets suggested standards of what you should be capable of upon entry to BMT to increase your chances of graduation: The three events are push-ups (one minute to complete), sit-ups (one minute to complete), and a timed 1.5-mile run. Males should complete the 1.5-mile run in less than 13:45.
Are there different standards for female Air Force recruits?
The Air Force has suggested standards upon entry to increase chances of graduating on time. During zero-week of boot camp female recruits will complete the same three activities: push-ups, sit-ups, and 1.5-mile run. Females have different standards than men. They should complete the 1.5-mile run in less than 16:00.
Who is the profile officer in the military?
The profile officer is a physician with experience in military and occupational health. They review and approve all profiles. They also identify those active duty members with disqualifying medical conditions which are referred to the Medical Evaluation Board.