months

months

months

certifies)

will begin at the conclusion of the nursing period, but no later than 12 months postdelivery

 

 

•Physical training at own pace for 45 days

•Exempt from fitness testing for 6 months

•Deferment from deployment until 4 months postpartum

•Exempt from weigh-in until 6 months

 

 

 

•Exempt from fitness testing for 135 days (FM 21–20, 1992)

•Deferment from deployment until 4 months postpartum

•Exempt from fitness testing for 6 months (AFI 40-502, 1994)

•Exempt from fitness testing for 6 months

•Postdelivery maternity leave up to 6 weeks

 

 

•Deferment from deployment until 4 months postpartum

•No policy regarding breastfeeding

•Commander may approve up to 18 months deferral

•Deferment from deployment until 4 months postpartum

•Not deployable until 6 months postpartum

 

 

•No policy regarding breastfeeding

 

•No policy regarding breastfeeding

•(MCO 5000.12D, 1995)

•Exempt from weight standards for up to 6 months

 

 

 

 

 

•No policy regarding breastfeeding

 

Medical Evaluation Requirement

Required 3 months after entry if unsatisfactory

Same as DoD

Required before entry

Required before entry

Required before entry

Upon being found not in compliance with weight standards, members shall be referred to a medical facility

Referrals for Weight Loss

Fat Reduction Program for 3 months; then medical referral

 

2-wk outpatient weight-management program

Mandatory 90-d program

 

Upon initial referral to medical facility after being found not in compliance with weight standards, members receive counseling on proper nutrition and exercise to reduce their excess BF

 

Progress = ˜3–8 lb weight loss monthly or 1% reduction in BF each month

 

Also mandatory physical conditioning program

6-mo follow-up

 

 

 

 

 

 

1-y probationary period

 

 



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