Good Afternoon, So I have been trying to schedule my flight physical since May. The Warrant Officer website states to schedule it at your local Troop Medical Center. However, I'm a reservist in central Florida, and the closest Army Installation is Fort Stewart Georgia. I have personally visited Fort Bragg, Fort Dix, Patrick AFB, Macdill AFB and Jacksonville NAS trying to get this task done. I was informed by others within the area the best place would be either Patrick or MacDill. Patrick informed that they can do my flight physical, but "The Air Force needs outweigh the needs of the Army at this time" and referred me to MacDill. MacDill told me they do indeed do Army Flight Physicals, however they don't know exactly what I need done, such as for the eye exam and what kind of blood work etc. When I contacted the Warrant Officer Recruiting team about this I was informed that I cant do a flight physical at a sister location at all, and I must drive the four hours to Fort Stewart, even though I personally know another applicant that did his flight physical at MacDill with no issues. The best part about this is I contacted Lyster Medical at Fort Rucker and they told me that they take Flight Physicals from MacDill all the time, and that they would email me the checklist to give MacDill. My warrant officer recruiter has stayed passive about this issue the whole time, informing me to "check the website". Should the recruiter be more involved in the process, or is it this hard on purpose? Is it common to have to jump through this many hoops for a flight physical? The rest of my packet is complete, including all the forms, the LoR, and the SIFT. I just can't seem to finish this flight physical anywhere I go. Any guidance on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!