After that, your spouse may live with you on the Air Force base to which you are assigned.
If your spouse is also an Airman, assignment to the same base is not guaranteed.
If you have a preexisting health condition and still wish to join the Air Force, your recruiter can help you consider the general guidelines for medical conditions and your eligibility for entrance into the Air Force.
The doctor at the Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) can evaluate preexisting conditions and determine eligibility on a case-by-case basis.
Air Force applicants are neither asked nor required to reveal their sexual orientation.
Be sure you are cleared for vigorous exercise by your physician before undertaking any intense physical activity or weight reduction program.If you are interested in joining, and are otherwise eligible, you will need to provide all medical documents pertaining to the condition to your recruiter for consideration.When enlisting or applying to be an Officer, your vision will be fully evaluated during your pre-entry qualification physical.Tattoos, brands or piercings anywhere on the body that are prejudicial to good order and discipline, or of a nature that may bring discredit upon the Air Force, are prohibited both in and out of uniform.This includes modifications that are obscene or advocate sexual, racial, ethnic or religious discrimination.