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  • CAFireman
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    Originally posted by jwaskow View Post
    Also inform them of the time frame that you are on. They may be willing to help expedite as well, not sure though. Place I used was willing to do things faster.
    I would have but when I went to the clinic this morning to do my lab work, they were closed! I was told to be there at 9:15 AM, and I was there early, but when I arrived the lady behind the window said that they were closed and they were closed on Fridays! WHAT THE @#$%! You would think that the front desk people would know when the lab was open and closed, hell the rest of the clinic for that matter! Now I have to wait till Monday to do my lab work there! But this weekend is a drill weekend for me, and the Corpsman at the Reserve Center is a good friend of mine, and he said he will try to do what he can for me. So hopefully I can get it done this weekend and I can save some money, because my Visa is now maxed out!

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  • jwaskow
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    Also inform them of the time frame that you are on. They may be willing to help expedite as well, not sure though. Place I used was willing to do things faster.

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  • fire49
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    Most labs turn pretty fast. Just ask when you go in and also ask what is the fastest way to get a copy. Pick up in person email etc

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  • FFTRivera24
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    Lab work question...

    Well, I was able to set up a physical at the local clinic, and I do my lab work tomorrow. I have a funny feeling this physical is going to cost me an arm and a leg!! Anyone have an idea how long it takes to get the results of the lab work back? I only ask because the "Medical Packet" is due back the 23rd. I also filled out the "Offer Packet" and I signed the "Offer Letter". But I don't know if I should send it in now without the copy of my passport, and just fax or mail the copy of my passport when I get it, or if I should wait till I get my passport, and send it in all together. I sent an email to Miss. India Moore, asking the same questions, so I hope I can get an answer soon. Thanks for all the help!

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