Dear All, Firstly, I would like to say thanks for all the information on this forum and it has helped me to no end when I need the answers to those burning questions. I am currently applying to be an Officer(Pilot) in the FAA and collating as much information as possible and the search tool on this forum is a gold mine of information. However, one question I cannot find the answer to relates to the procedure for the Aircrew medical held after the AIB. Does the examiner measure the length of your limbs i.e. arms and legs (rather than any other limbs worth measuring...)? I have heard the RAF do this but unsure if this is the case with the FAA? Does anyone have any experience of this and has anyone ever been turned down for having arms that are too short/legs too long? Appreciate your thoughts... Thanks in anticipation.