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TA P COY milling

#1
I have just had my medical from OHSAS dundee for TA P Coy and they said that my eyesight was not good enough to be allowed to mill on the course. Is there any way round this, as I was passed fit for everything else except the boxing. Obviously I am desperate to get on it. Hope someone has an answer
 
#2
raibeart said:
I have just had my medical from OHSAS dundee for TA P Coy and they said that my eyesight was not good enough to be allowed to mill on the course. Is there any way round this, as I was passed fit for everything else except the boxing. Obviously I am desperate to get on it. Hope someone has an answer


FFS.....if you are not allowed to do the milling, how can you possibly pass the course? :)
 
#4
Would that be like "I have no legs so cannot do the running but fit enough to do the rest, is there away around this"..... :?

Sorry I know its not the Naafi,

You need to see an eye doctor, it sounds like a detatched retina, you may be able to have an operation for it...good luck
 
#5
Everyone now who does test week has to have a boxing medical for the milling and if the doc says no then you dont mill.

There has been a number of milling medical failures who have still went onto pass p coy.

And as its a medical under ABA rules that means only those under 35 can mill.
 

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