If someone were to lie about their medical history at meps while enlisting, what are their chances of getting caught?
Depends on what it is.
>"Have you ever had surgery?"
>"Really? What's that scar?"
>"Nothing. Just a scratch."
>"Really? Those aren't stitches marks on your scar?"
>"Sir have have you ever been diagnosed with X, Y, or Z?"
>Proceeds to have a diabeetus episode during basic
literally zero you idiot.
Every time you went to a different doctor did they upload your information to a spiffy medical database?
There is no way they can find out but when you get to meps they will make it sounds like they are CSI and will find that shit.
Hold true to your lies and your good.
Depends on how bad the issue is, and how much you'll get investigated.
I work with a guy in my shop who was a diagnosed Aspie, and he said he was just consistent with his lies. His security clearance investigator never asked his family about it so they never admitted anything
>His security clearance investigator never asked his family
what if my brother were to tell said guy, yeah he smoked a shit load of bud as a teen, would they just take his word and fuck me?
well the mos I want requires a secret clearance, so worst case let's say that they managed to get ahold of my asshole brother for some reason, and he said all that. would it play any part in my clearance?
You know how I got my secret? It was some contractor a few months our from retirement. He asked me some extremely basic questions and he gave me the thumbs up.
Secret basically means youre trusted not to describe the basic functions and operation of whatever equipment you use. If you are dealing with anything truely relevant youd get a Top Secret once you get in, and thats a bit more involved.
>be at meps
>have you ever done drugs?
>when was the last time you did drugs
>do you have ADHD
dude people do lots of shit. if there is no record of it, it never happend if you keep you mouth shut.
If I have genitile herpes can I still join military be drafted
What merit is there to spinning the tonfa? Were they ever actually used in combat? Ever?
My brother had a TS clearance when he was in the Navy and the only person they talked to in our family was my dad. They deliberately avoid talking to siblings and mothers because they know how biased they are.
And like >>28434387 and >>28435622 said, secret is bullshit. I have a secret clearance and I work for the USDA; I just need it to access lab chemicals and databases.
if you can prove you are a functioning autist like everyone else, like i had to do, be off Adderall or w/e for 1(preferably 2) years, and do well on your asvab, you should be able to get in no issue, but its all on a case by case basis