Great website, i find it very helpful to be able to read and communicate with all of you similar situations. My daughter has already being awarded an ROTC scholarship to one of her choice colleges. She is waiting to hear from another ROTC program, at her #1 choice college. In the meantime DoDMERB disqualified her because of sports induced asthma during her highschool freshman year. She attended the SLS at West Point this summer and was fine. Has not had an episode since the spring of 05.... We contacted the PMS at the school she really wants to attend and has been accepted to, and he did not seem to offer much help We have submitted a waiver request to Fort Monroe. In the meantime she feels this news is lessening her chance to get this ROTC scholarship to her Top choice college. Anyone in that situation? How much influence does the PMS have when it comes to obtaining a waiver??? Before he knew of the disqualification he had assured her that her chances of getting that scholarship were extremely high. Can she be denied a scholarship strictly because of medical disqualification before even trying to obtain a waiver? Anybody in that situation, or with some advice? Thank you!