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I/OP didn't submit anything! My sister did but it was rejected because my medical file was attached, and I had cancer. If I have seizures daily and get seasick in a daily basis with a permanent balance impairment issue, why would I join the Navy?
By ViviMage - / Tuesday 28 August 2018 12:18 / United States - Paulsboro
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  Cali  |  50

bl3ur0z3 - OP submitted an application and was rejected because they received his sister's medical records from the family doctor instead of his.

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  ViviMage  |  35

I/OP didn't submit anything! My sister did but it was rejected because my medical file was attached, and I had cancer.

If I have seizures daily and get seasick in a daily basis with a permanent balance impairment issue, why would I join the Navy?

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  SneezyBear  |  27

Same - it was confusingly written lol. When OP said "my application was rejected" because of a mix up in medical records with their sister, it really made it seem like it was OP who applied and the sister was the one who had cancer and messed things up for OP lol

By  Yudith  |  17

Well now you know that the Navy rejects people when they had cancer in the past. Fortunately, most employers don't use such flimsy excuses to refuse applicants.

By  Adam Steege  |  8

I am so confused. If OP was rejected before ever applying, does that mean it was the sister who applied and the doctor sent OPs medical history instead?
Or is it the other way around?

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