My son has started the process of applying to the academies. He has worked very hard to achieve a high percentage of the required skills/scores etc. We recently took him to the Dr. for a simple toe injury (not the reason for this post) and were shocked when the Dr. (new Dr. never seen before) asked him, “how is your asthma”? My wife responded he does not have asthma. After reviewing the chart it appears when he was 7 years old his Dr. diagnosed a sinus infection (or so we think) as asthma. She (his Dr. at age 7) prescribed an inhaler (which we recently realized we filled at that time). So my question is: If my son has “Asthma” on his medical history should we attempt to contact the Dr and ask for a letter stating it was misdiagnosed (we believe it was not reliably diagnosed)? Or should we have him tested (as a preemptive measure) for asthma prior to his military medical exam (the logic being if he passes the test it negates the misdiagnosis listed in his chart). Or should we wait for the military to perform the exam and hope they do not disqualify him?