Navy Medical - Pilot

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  1. Hi all,

    I had my Navy medical today. Everything was fine except for in the hearing test, I got a 1 (top score), in my right ear, but a 2 in my left - the doctor said that my hearing of very high frequencies in that ear was slightly worse. Is this a big issue if I want to become a pilot? I couldn't see anything on the Navy website about hearing standard for pilots, and the recruitment office that I go to has closed for the day. I'm just slightly anxious to know!

    Any help would be really useful!

  2. Maybe Pontious can be of help??? Pm him
  3. Thanks, I've messaged him!
  4. I, too, have messaged someone =)

    Edited to add: I'll let the resident scab lifter/moderator sort out the bad advice I've given =D
    Last edited: Mar 5, 2013
  5. With aviation medicine being a specialised subject the OP may need specialised advice. No disrespect to AD I don't know what his specialisation is. From my days flying, all matters relating to eye problems I had, I was always referred to AV Specialist doctors.
  6. Doesn't need a specialist at all - easy to answer if you have access to the appropriate docs. I don't at present do can't answer.
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  7. :thumbup:the Doc is always right.

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  8. Hearing for pilot is: H1/H1 (1 for both ears).

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