if it is Education Core then there are chances to accept you otherwise there are a lot of chances that you will be rejected, however, the condition of Hypospadias will be observed,
people join the military when they are at least 18 years and up and when you are a u.s. citizen people join the military when they are at least 18 years and up and when you are a u.s. citizen
Generally if they can graduate from high school, they can join the military.
As of 2011, gay people can freely join the US military and do not have to hide their orientation.
Hypospadias is known to run in families; a boy with hypospadias has a 28% chance of having a male relative with the condition.
It is not possible for anyone to force anyone else, even a relative, to join the military. The military will only take people who agree to go. If your son refuses, the military will not take him.
a heck of alot of people i suppose
Ask a recruiter.
You need to ba 18 but you can join the ROTC or a military group for younger people but it is not technically the "Military"
When the government randomly chooses people to join the military.
Hypospadias and epispadias are congenital defects of the urinary tract. This means they occur during intrauterine development. There is no genetic basis for the defects. Specific causes for hypospadias are not known.