Hey I have a question regarding the selective service requirement as it pertains to federal employment. I am looking into federal LE jobs and am in the process with one right now and the issue of selective service registration came up. When I was 18 (im now 28) I enlisted in the US Army, signing a contract for six years as an MP, I took the ASVAB, and proceeded to go through all the medicals, they x-rayed my knees and I was told I had "Osgood-Schlatter disease" a nonsense knee problem that had never affected me in 4 years of HS sports and never since as I am still an actively competing athlete. I was subsequently DQ'd from the Army and was instructed to appeal by the recruiters, I did and to their great surprise my appeal was denied. I was devastated, the military was my life plan at the time. Back to the Selective Service, I had never heard of it until now, so I checked and I was never registered, its crazy. So now I have to make long winded explanations about why im not some "softy draft dodger". Will this foolishness end my dreams of Federal LE? Any help would be greatly appreciated.