MIL Privacy issue?

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  1. Maffy29

    Maffy29 Active Member

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    Is it against any kind of privacy regulations to post PT test scores (people who scored 300 as well as those that failed) or announce who are in the weight control program?

    Just curious.
     
  2. MassiveGas

    MassiveGas OT Supporter

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    privacy regulations? you've showered next to other dudes
     
  3. the raging enigma

    the raging enigma If at first you don't succeed, destroy all evidenc

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    I don't think so, I know my unit posts them to motivate people. So if you failed your PT test, you will be embarassed and will try to pass it next time. I have never seen anything about it beeing private. Just think about when you are at the range, and they announce the BRM scores for each lane. It is pretty much the same thing.
     
  4. brackac

    brackac Fuck all of this. OT Supporter

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    I have been in units where they posted article 15's on the company bulletin board, posting PT scores is nothing. Why would a PT score be a privacy issue anyways?

    On a side not, you must be a disgusting fat body that failed their PT test. Go do some pushups fatty.
     

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