They will measure you at API, if you are worried ask the ladies about a week later and they will tell you if you are out for any pipeline. If you are close, you can ask for a remeasure.
I had to get a waiver and on the waiver application itself it says "in accordance with OPNAV INSTRUCTION 3710.37A and CNATRA INSTRUCTION 1500.4G." You could try there. TH-57 is 39.5. My waiver was for the 57 though so the 45 number isn't on there. If you need to get yourself "shorter" let me know, I did some stuff that worked pretty decently.Maybe I'm dumb, but I've been searching and I can't seem to find the anthropometric restrictions for the T-45C. Could someone please post them?
5'7" is kinda short for a guy, but I doubt that would DQ you from much of anything....I've known short guys in all communities. Of course the measurement requirements are more in depth than just standing height, but I'm gonna guess that if you aren't T-rex you will be ok.Thanks, gentlemen.
I'm actually worried about being too small. I'm a really short guy (just a hair over 5'7"), but based on some rough measurements (I know it's not going to be as accurate as the way they do it at API, but I'm just curious), I'm good to go for at least two pipelines. wlawr005, that's the maximum sitting height, correct? Mine is 36", so hopefully I'll be fine for that too.