Can you get kick out from coast guard officer after graduating?
after you graduate as officer coast guard they will have another medical test but what if they find out someone have little percent of being colorblind will they kick you out of being a coastguard officer ? or they will give another job ?
- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
What you're really asking is if they caught you lying about being color blind. Would they kick you out. The answer is yes. They will kick you out for lying.
Don't they give the Ishihara Color Vision Test(the one with the little colored dots)any longer ?
- John HLv 71 month ago
Since you are unable to write English properly, I don't think that becoming an officer will be of concern to you.
- MrsjvbLv 71 month ago
the test regarding color blindness is administered BEFORE you are accepted for training.
Color blindness in and of itself is not a DQ for a commission although it does limit the number of jobs you are eligible for
lie or omit anything, and you are booted for felony fraud and an officer would be more likely to get charged with it and have to carry that conviction with them the rest of their lives.
- DanielLv 71 month ago
Yes, the service academies have entrance and commissioning physicals. If you fail the commissioning physical, you aren't commissioned. I went to the Air Force Academy with people that weren't commissioned, but graduated, because of medical issues that came up while they were in school.
If someone is already commissioned and something medical comes up that places them outside medical readiness standards, they will meet a med board. That board will determine whether they stay in, are medically separated, or medically retired.
They will cross train people into another job only if they are medically qualified for it (for example a pilot no longer meets the standards of a flight physical but is still medically qualified for a ground job).