I'm not asking this in the DoDMERB section because Larry Mullen can't really tell me my chances, but just what I need to be doing. I've been in contact with him already, and he's been very helpful. My condition i need to waived is a history of asthma past age 13, and I do not have asthma anymore, and that's confirmed on my last medical physical from a year ago. I have not shown any asthma symptoms since I was maybe 12, but I've still had precautionary meds past that date, up until I was 15 years old. I looked at the only 2 physicals I had past age 13, and they both said "No Shortness of Breath with exercise" and "Lungs: No wheezes, crackles; good air movement.". And on my last physical from a year ago, there were no mentions of asthma and no prescriptions for it. My doctor is also writing a letter explaining how my childhood asthma has regressed and died out over the years. I'm also going to write a letter to USMA waiver authorities explaining my condition. I think I am going to include that I have grown up and worked on a farm, and have been subjected to a lot dust, hay pollen, and chemicals and have been asymptomatic for some time now. Sorry for the long description, but can you all tell me your opinions about what my chances are? As of now, USMA and USAFA requested remedials through dodmerb, requesting that I provide all medical records from age 10-present.