I'm planning to resign my commission as a Marine Officer to join the Army National Guard in the near future.
-What kind of blood work does the Army do for flight physical? The reason why I'm asking this is because I was recently told by a Navy Doc while I was going through pre-deployment screening that I have a high bilirubin level (1.19) and requires further testing. Is this an automatic disqualifier or do they even test for bilirubin? All I can remember is fasting for 12 hours when I did Navy/Marine flight physical, mainly testing for glucose level.
I did pass SIFT and am currently in the process of transferring my Navy/Marine flight physical to Rucker in Aero. I just hope that this bilirubin level does not disqualify me from pursuing my dream.