I'm a 29 year old engineer working in the power distribution industry. I applied for selection for TA officer in May of this year and have been building on fitness & upper body strength for 6 months. In my employment I can be directly responsible for between 10 to 60 staff daily, project depending, which I felt would make me a strong candidate for selection. On my online medical assessment, the only disclosure I made in regards to my health was a diagnosis, 2 years ago, as having a panic attack. I contested the diagnosis at the time, and still do. Today I subsequently received an email declining my application to the army. In my own conscience, I wouldnt apply for a position as a solider if I was going to buckle under physical or mental pressure. My question, would a simple statement from my GP declaring that Im mentally & physically competent satisfy the medical admin team?