Hi, I am a 19 year old college student looking to join AFROTC. I filled out the paperwork this past week, but was warned about a potential problem with my physical. I have a stutter. I was told to be upfront with them about it by the Det Personnel. I have read that if they detect a stutter (or I guess if you tell them) they make you read a paragraph outloud. That, I can do. I do not stutter when I read normally. But if I am still denied, is there any hope for me in the waiver process. I am an Eagle Scout, Boys State Alumni and have always wanted to serve. I would be willing pay to take Speech Therapy classes if that means getting a waiver. I however, do not want to sound this desperate when talking with the review board though. Any help or advice would be appreciated. My only concern is that if they detect it and even if I read the paragraph perfectly, they still may deny me and continue to throughout the waiver process. So, pretty much, is it worth it for me to go through with the process? I really just don't want to deal with the burden of defeat if I can't get into ROTC because there won't be many positives, if any, to take out of the whole thing. Thanks.