Waivers (need some help)

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  1. baseball3

    baseball3 Member

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    Are waivers automatically generated? - USCGA and ROTC. If I found myself DQ, what are the steps that I need to do?
     
  2. Maximus

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    Go to your DoDMERB page on the web and you'll see how the waiver process is automatic.
     
  3. baseball3

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    Thanks! the doctor that examined me said, I was flat footed. On the other hand, I never had any problems with my foot since I was born. I play Football, Baseball, and I run a lot. Will this DQ me?
     
  4. RetNavyHM

    RetNavyHM USN (RET)

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    Not necessarily, it will have to be reviewed by DoDMERB, and if they are able to qualify they will.
     
  5. MullenLE

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    basebal3 - Mixed messages. You said you were DQ and then you were asking if you'd be DQ. All Academies have automaic waiver consideration (doesn't guarantee a waiver, but does guarantee a review) ""IF"" the Admissions office determines you are competitive for an offer of appointment; all ROTC programs automatically will review 4 year applicants for medical waiver consideration; all campus based ROTC must have the Commander request a medical waiver:thumb:
     
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    baseball 3 - cut and paste your postings in an email to me. Provide your full name and last 4 of your SSN. Send to Larry.Mullen@dodmerb.tma.osd.mil and I can assist you from there:thumb:
     

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