My son is a 2nd semester Freshman AFROTC cadet who has recently received a letter stating that he is DQ'd(via DoDMERB) because of his past history of ADHD & denied a medical waiver because his condition exceeds waiver limits? Here's alittle history for you...He hasn't taken any meds(Adderall)since May 2012 and this has been documented by the prescribing physician. He is an excellent student(Deans Scholar his Fall Semester in college & Phi Theta Kappa Member) and already has completed 61 college credit hours and has his Associate in Applied Science Degree after only one semester of college. My child has also held a job since his Freshman year in High School,is a hard worker and a very good role model to his peers. In the letter he received from the Chief Medical Standards Branch it stated that a medical waiver can be considered in April 2014? Is there a reason he has to wait a whole year to try for another waiver? If this is the case would he be able to continue with the ROTC program until his next waiver request or does this letter mean he is being disenrolled? I'm so very proud of his determination to want to continue this dream of being commissioned as an officer in the Air Force and would love any advice or help in this matter.