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autorot8

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    I literally have the same tickets (in a shorter time period) and nobody has said it will be a problem to me. If you only have a total of two, the only thing that should matter is how much the tickets were for. I believe you only need a waiver for $300+ tickets but that might be inaccurate. Either way there is a waiver process, you shouldn't just be "ineligible."

    That's what everyone keeps telling me but its like he was playing dumb with me or was just new...I am not sure. I think one of them was over 300, but that was the one that was 11 years ago. Is that something still needed for a waiver even though it was that far back?

  2. You can request to work with a different recruiter or try a different station. WO recruiters are for current active duty members I believe. How much of your packet is completed so far?

    ive got the sift, asvab, 3 LOR's done. So much time has passed that my flight physical and meps physicals have expired. One of the things he was jerking me around about was 2 tickets I had, 1 for speeding and 1 for running a stop sign. The one I got for speeding was 11 years ago, the one for the stop sign was 5 years ago and I went to traffic school for it. He told me at first that it would be okay, but months later after difficult communication tells me that I would not be eligible. How are you supposed to determine this? I've heard from friends that have had traffic tickets that I should be fine.

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