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Medical Board, Examination, BII [B2]

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An individuals RAF Service Record contains the following description under the heading "Medical Board"  Examination "BII" [B2]. 

Can anyone provide an explanation of "BII" or could this be a reference to Army Form B2?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Rob

Edited by RFT
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jay dubaya

Rob, it may may relate to the individuals fitness category

 

J

 

 

B
Free from serious organic diseases, able to stand service on lines of communication in France, or in garrisons in the tropics.
Subcategories:
Bl
Able to march 5 miles, see to shoot with glasses, and hear well
B2
Able to walk 5 miles, see and hear sufficiently for ordinary purposes
B3
Only suitable for sedentary work

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RFT

Thanks Jay,

 

This seems highly plausible.

 

Rob

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