Hello! I am a 16 year old high school junior and I would like to know whether or not ROTC in College (Texas A&M) and an eventual commission is a realistic aspiration with my asthma history. I was diagnosed when I was 8 years old and I have NEVER had an asthma attack. I believe my allergist called it "allergy induced asthma". I am prescribed an inhaler but I hardly ever use it (unless my parents force me to) and I am always fine. I actively participate in Crossfit and have been on various sports teams with no problems. In addition, I am in AFJROTC (hence my interest in eventually serving). I honestly feel that my diagnosis was a little bit of a stretch. I occasionally suffer from allergies (usually bronchitis or a sinus infection once or twice a year) but nothing serious. I know the most serious problem is going to be that I still receive the inhaler prescriptions. Is there any chance for me to get a waiver or should I reconsider my options while it is still early? Also, is there anyway that I can be considered cured from asthma? Would that even matter? PS-I was recommended by other forums to ask my questions here. Thank you for any feedback.