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Information on Servicemen Withdrawn due to Poor Fitness

The information on servicemen withdrawn due to poor fitness has been delivered to this Department, and is set forth as follows:

*Army: 2223 (August 29, 2017)

* Marine Corps: 810 Echoes (26 October 2017)

* Navy naval vessels: 733 echelon (October 26, 2017)

*Army Military Training: The 65th Erection (October 11, 2017)

* Marine Corps Military Training: The 40th Erection (November 1, 2017)

* Air Force Military Training: The 41st Erection (October 26, 2017)

Notes:
1. Servicemen withdrawn from any of the above echelons due to poor fitness can contact the Conscription Service Division for more information at 23654361.

2. According to Section 11 of the “National Armed Forces Enlistment and Discharge Procedures”, conscripted men shall undergo a physical examination at the reception office in compliance with “Conscripted Men’s Physical Fitness Classification Standards” and “Procedure of Physical Examination Review for Conscripted Men and Regular Enlisted Men” when reporting for duty. Anyone whose physical fitness has been examined by the existing equipment at the training unit and assessed as unqualified for Class B or above shall be withdrawn due to poor fitness, according to regulations.

At training facilities, the fitness level of a serviceman cannot be determined due to the shortage of necessary equipment. Therefore, servicemen will be sent to a military hospital for a physical checkup. The decision as to whether a unit shall accept or withdraw them shall be subject to the results given and confirmed by the military hospital. Anyone with subpar fitness shall proceed with the withdrawal procedure if his poor fitness is confirmed within 30 days. If the review takes more than 30 days, he shall undergo a suspension procedure.

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  • Updated: 2017/11/30 16:44
  • Reviewed: 2017/11/30 16:43

  • Source: Department Of Compulsory Military Service (DOCMS),Taipei City Government