What does HIV YRMO mean on ERB?
Can you get kicked out of the military for an STD?
Fortunately, as a member of the military, you have services available to you, including STI testing at military treatment facilities, as well as confidential treatment and counseling, as needed. You have access to vaccinations that can prevent infection, contraceptive options, and medication to help prevent HIV.
Do they do STD testing in the Army?
Most STDs won’t disqualify you from joining the military. HSV1 and HSV2 will not keep you from joining and the only STD that may is HIV. It’s always best to contact a military recruiter before you decide to join the military.
If they can still perform their duties, active duty service members with HIV infection receive care through the Military Health System and are able to remain in the armed forces. Every 6 to 12 months thereafter, clinical evaluations are performed by military infectious disease physicians.
How often does the military test for HIV?
(h) PROMOTION POINTS/YRMO – The number of promotion points a Soldier who is competing for promotion to SGT or SSG and the effective year and month.