My child has had asthma as a child, never had an attack since 9 but as a preventative (overly protective mother) we have always had a nebulizer and inhaler as a precaution. Our Doctor has said that he will perform a spirometers test and if passed will explain that he has not had or needed medication but has had them as a precaution only. Child runs track and has not needed the inhaler but had the prescription. Hope a letter works!! Any past experience or lessons learned that I should know or ensure happens before he sees the DR and meets the DODMEDB to complete his AFROTC scholarship that he has accepted for the fall. FYI he is not looking to be a rated officer...looking at research science or engineer. with 25 years in USAF myself-knowing that he does not need the inhaler and he is in great shape I would be very displeased with the USAF! I even think I would put Integrity aside and tell him to forget he ever had asthma! Second he also has a lazy/Weak eye he sees 20/20 but one eye is uncorrectable to 20/60 I think! Does Anyone think he will have a chance????