I actually checked on this a few years ago, when my son was old enough to start thinking about enlistment. He has an autism spectrum disorder and, as it turns out, that did not render him ineligible. The medications for his condition, however, made him ineligible.
No. An individual with Asperger's Syndrome will not be accepted into the American military. Asperger's is an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that is characterized by significant difficulties in social interaction and motor skills issues, which are important in the military. The military has physical, mental, and education standards that must be met, and someone with Aspergers is typically unable to meet them.
It is true that with any form of autism you cannot join the military.
You can,but i wouldn't recommend.As people with aspergers don't work well under pressure
It would be extremely difficult because in the military, you need to deal with criticism and abuse.
There is not a minimum number of children someone must have in order to join the military.
mainly, if u can control your ADHD/ADD(which i cant since I'm 13)you can join military. but,you can get distracted and might get seriously injured
In order to enter the police force, a person must pass both psychological and physical reviews. I would not say it could never be done, but it would not be likely. Most people with Aspergers Syndrome tend to have some issues with speech and social interaction. These would both count against a possible officer candidate.
No. Down's Syndrome occurs when sperm and egg join.
Yes. Many students at military schools are well behaved, especially in the higher-ranked schools.
yes, go to the military base and then select join military career
They cant If you have a criminal back ground you can't join the military.