It's the modern age, when they think of a question, they expect an answer, now.OK, I'm curious. I'll bite.
How will knowing the minimum requirements affect what you're about to do?
Hi everyone, just wondering if anyone knew the minimum peak flow requirement for pilot candidates?
@jsf-35 This is not the place for qualified medical advice. It's akin to googling 'what should I do if I've cut my leg off?'
Bit of rougher, good for the sole, sometimes the assholeI know
Funny that you should mention sea: https://news.sky.com/video/navy-frigate-crashes-through-storm-gareth-11664234
This is the most salient comment. Unless you're able to test yourself beforehand and then just blow the minimum during the medical to save having to exert yourself, then there really is no reason to know. If you've had/have asthma and can't blow hard enough (hold fast on the inevitable comments you scurvy dogs) then you already know you're on a hiding to nothing. If you're just weedy and need to get some chest expansion going to improve your lung capacity then get yourself down the local swimming pool. If you're just hoping to get away with minimum effort then forget being a pilot and join the RAF.How will knowing the minimum requirements affect what you're about to do?
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