I was prescribed an inhaler in middle school for shortness of breath during sports and doctors thought I had sports induced asthma. I used the inhaler once and found it to be ineffective. I have since participated in varsity wrestling, lacrosse, and football with no breathing problems throughout all of high school and do not think I have asthma. Since asthma was on my record they required me to take a pulmonary function test. Surprisingly the conclusion reads: "This is a positive METHACHOLINE challege with a drop in FEV1 of 24% after 25mg of METHACHOLINE. The patient had received 2.5mg of ALBUTEROL post-METHACHOLINA chalenge resulting in an FEV1 up to 4.87 liters. The RESULTS reads" The patients baseline FEV1 was 4.60 liters, 110% of predicted with an FEV1 to FVC ratio of 71%. The FEV 25/75 at baseline is 75%. The patient then underwent a METHACHOLINE challenge and at 25mg dropped the FEV! 24%." I am assuming that this will likely disqualify me since DODMERB seems to be pretty black and white with asthma even though I missed the requirement by only 4%. Any thoughts on the possibility of being disqualified for this or receiving a waiver? What is some history of USNA with offering waivers for asthma? This is the last part of my application that is incomplete and holding up the review. I am hopeful that this will not prevent me from pursuing USNA, especially because I know that I am capable of taking on the physical challenges of the Academy.