Waiver Process

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  1. Shawn Chrystal

    Shawn Chrystal New Member

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    My son is in his first year at ROTC and had a a seizure in Oct 2014. He has never had one before and does not take medication for it. He had a MRI and EEG with negative results. Now they are saying it might not be waiverable because they could not attribute the seizure to anything specific. What is the next move? Thanks
     
  2. sheriff3

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    Sorry to hear about the seizure. Not sure what you can do except sit and wait to hear from CC. If they DQ then you will now what you are up against. If your DS saw a doctor for this recently then you should probably start keeping copies of records and be ready to supply for the waiver. Good luck.
     

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