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Some soldiers in the U.S. military are taking drastic steps to avoid flunking the Pentagon's body fat test: liposuction. Service members desperate ... say the body fat standards are designed to ensure troops are prepared for combat, and failing the tests ...
Live Science · 10/29/2013
The checks are designed to ensure troops are ready for the rigors of combat. Pentagon officials say the military doesn't condone surgically altering one's body to pass the test, though liposuction isn't prohibited.
News Talk Florida · 10/28/2013
The checks are designed to ensure troops are ready for the rigors of combat. Pentagon officials say the military does not condone surgically altering one’s body to pass the test, though liposuction is not banned. The Defense Department uses what is calle ...
New York Post · 10/28/2013
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FOX News · 10/28/2013
Soldiers often call plastic surgeon Adam Tattelbaum in a panic. They need liposuction — fast. Some military personnel are turning to the surgical procedure to remove excess fat from their waists in a desperate attempt to pass the Pentagon's body fat test ...
HamptonRoads.com · 10/17/2013
Defense officials say the test ensures troops are ready for the rigors of combat. The military does not condone surgically altering one's body to pass the test, but liposuction is not banned. The Pentagon insists that only a small fraction of service ...
St. Louis Post-Dispatch · 10/28/2013
Defense officials say the test ensures troops are ready for the rigors of combat. The military does not condone surgically altering one’s body to pass the test, but liposuction is not banned. The Pentagon insists that only a small fraction of service ...
The Blaze · ByJonathon M. Seidl · 10/28/2013
Though Pasquale said liposuction works for others with varied genetics. "I've actually had commanders recommend it to their troops," Pasquale said. "They'll deny that if you ask them. But they know some people are in really good shape and unfortunately …
RT · 10/29/2013
SAN DIEGO (AP) — A number of military personnel are turning to liposuction to remove excess fat from around the waist so they can pass the Pentagon’s body fat test, which can determine their future prospects in the military. Rockville, MD plastic ...
RYOT · 10/17/2013
The checks are designed to ensure troops are ready for the rigors of combat. Pentagon officials say the military does not condone surgically altering one's body to pass the test, though liposuction is not banned. The Defense Department uses what is called ...
Stuff · 10/28/2013