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Although a medical official may grant a waiver, a commander may decide not to deploy someone anyway. What kind of injuries stop a member of the Army from being sent into combat again? Some soldiers alleged that they had been sent into combat before they had finished medical tests for health problems, underwent needed surgeries or recuperated.

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That is supposed to include a five-page form that soldiers fill out before meeting with a healthcare provider who does an assessment. The Army is starting to do neurocognitive tests before a soldier is deployed to get "baseline" data to compare if he later suffers a head injury, said James Giordano, director of the Center for Neurotechnology Studies at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies.

Some head injuries can count someone out of the Army, including injuries that cause "persistent impairment of cognitive function," or altered personality. The most common thing that keeps people out -- and a growing problem for recruiters —- is weight.