Posted on Mar 24, 2017
SGT UH-60 Helicopter Repairer
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SGM Erik Marquez
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If you are considering withholding medical information because you "think" the other service cant see it, Id say, your going down the wrong path. and setting yourself up for a involuntary separation and or UCMJ.
Go see the recruiter of your choice, lay the cards out..if the issue is waiverable, your in.
If not, then you should not be in the service any longer, and withholding info or lying about it is both unprofessional and criminally liable under the UCMJ.
Thumbs up for your wanting to serve, now go be honest with the recruiter and see if you can make it happen.

NOTE: it is your phrasing of your question that led me to the observation and opinion I just posted. If that was not the intent and message you intended to send, clarify please.
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LCpl Shane Couch
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All your records are tied to your SSN. So, I would assume that your medical records would follow you no matter which branch you are in. Same with your SRB. I am just guessing, since I have never transferred to another branch. The ones to best answer this question are those that have gone from one branch to another.
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SSG Environmental Specialist
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Most of those branches will make you go thru medical at MEPS, not sure what MEPS can and cannot pull up.
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CPO Bill Penrod
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Everything in file in the MEPS system it's not like the old pencil and paper days.....................
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