No worries. I earned a response like that by firing off my post before I should have, and most people don't look for followup comments like the ones I had here, since they aren't all of that common (even with me).
I just now followed the link, and it really does have some interesting info. It also gave me an excuse to look up some information about the requirements, since I had some lingering questions in the back of my head. Back over a decade ago, I considered joining the Navy as an option to help pay for college, and the recruiter had me take a computerized exam that covered basic math, reading comprehension, etc.. I remember scoring a 99, which the recruiter got excited about and said was a perfect score, but I could never remember which exam it was. I thought the test was the ASVAB, but every description of it I saw described sections that I know I didn't take, not to mention that a perfect score would not be a 99. Turns out, I may have just taken the subset of the test that's for the AFQT score, since I remember the test covering exactly those sections, and the AFQT score maxes out at 99, which would explain why the recruiter suddenly got a lot more aggressive in trying to recruit me.
But back to your link, it really was an interesting read. Lots of good info in a very easy to read format. Sounds like they're inundated with loads of folks who want in but really have no business ever applying, so they've had to make a page like that to help cull those folks. The page also quashes my not-really-a-dream of joining, since I'm too old and have eyesight that's too poor (oh, and some of those pesky physical activity things too...). Oh well.