My son began the AFROTC at the beginning of last school term but was medically disqualified because of an assumed allergy to shrimp. About 2 years ago he had a reaction to something after eating at a restaurant. During the follow-up doctor's visit, the doctor suggested that it may have been the shrimp and wrote it up in his files. NO ALLERGY TESTING WAS DONE AT THAT TIME. When my son completed his physical for the ROTC, he stated that he had an allergy to shrimp and was later medically disqualified. When he questioned the disqualification because the allergy was never tested, he was told that he needed to take an allergy test. He took the blood food allergy test recommended by his doctor in May at a cost of $400 to my family. The test returned "NEGATIVE," NO DETECTABLE FOOD ALLERGIES and a copy of the test results was sent to the school's ROTC program. However, we just learned that he is again medically disqualified because of the shrimp allergy even though the allergy is non existent. Help me understand the problem. Is there a way to make contact to the powers that make the decisions? Is there anything we can do??