16th Apr 2006, 15:30
Hi, I went for my part 2 RAF Non-Commissioned aircrew medical at Cranwell just over a month ago now and haven't heard a peep back yet. Does anyone know how long I will have to wait before I find out if I am medically cleared for service? Fingers crossed, my training is due to start in july! Thanks, Mumford.
16th Apr 2006, 15:55
They are probably still trying to get the details in/out of JPA:rolleyes:
16th Apr 2006, 16:17
You won't hear unless something is wrong - so keep fingers crossed.
16th Apr 2006, 16:30
Hello all, I have also recently completed my part two medical at cranwell for Non-Commissioned aircrew. However I still haven't been given a date for when my training would start so i'm not really sure where I stand? During OASC I was told that I have a heart murmour which is apparantly quite common. This in effect made me temporarily unfit until I have seen a specialist which I'm still waiting to get sorted out. Is that the reason why I would have not been given a training date? Is is safe to say that if you are invited down to take the phase two of the medical your virtually in unless they find something?
16th Apr 2006, 16:42
I had a slight murmur too and saw a specialist at Guys Hospital. I got the all clear from him and am now serving as NCA so don't worry too much about it. As for the Part 2 in general, if you hear nothing then you're probably ok. Good luck.:)
16th Apr 2006, 17:06
Cheers Jerry, i'm not too concerned about the murmour as i've been told by numerous people that they are very common and it shouldn't be a problem. However once that has been cleared up will i be offered a training place? i.e is that the only thing thats holding me back, or am i still not guaranteed to get in.
So jerry did you get a date for your training before you had seen the specialist?
16th Apr 2006, 17:18
I can't remember whether I saw the specialist before my part 2 medical or afterwards. I definitely saw him before I was given a joining date.
It was nearly 6 years ago, sorry I cannot give you a more concrete answer.