Okay... so here's the deal. I'm Navy ROTC and spent my first semester as a college programmer. However, over the summer I took my DODmerb physical, since I was at the time applying to the Air Force and Naval Academies. Well, after a semster of NROTC, I've decided this is definitely for me, which is WONDERFUL since I was just awarded the NROTC leadership scholarship last week! Here's the problem: When filling out my medical history for my DODmerb physical I was under the impression that I was diagnosed with asthma at age 11. I thought that I was given meds, but never really much happened after that and that was the only mention of asthma in my medical history. Well, it turns out that I was NEVER diagnosed with asthma. Never, ever. It was in fact a simple bronchial infection. Much different than asthma. So, now I'm in remidial status with DODmerb, and not sure what to do, since I obviously have never had asthma. I'm in the position of providing supporting documentation and filling out a questionaire for a condition I never actually had. I mean its great to find out that I never was in fact diagnosed with asthma, but hard since I'm not sure how to proceed. Any advice would be appreciated! Go Navy!