Okay, So I have rampantly looked through many forums and guides on multiple website and to no avail have I have an answer. First my background: Growing up with a mother that has a strict "sit and learn it, you dont need to see a doctor" mentality; I went through grade school and high school without ever taking a prescription or being diagnosed with ADHD/ADD. I achieved good grades, 3.3+ all throughout a strenuous academic plan. Being accepted to Ball State and Indiana University out of high school, I instead chose to enter the Air Force for Pararescue; I passed MEPS fine and got a 93 on the ASVAB. I had an injury at PJ indoc and was given the option to leave Active Duty and join the Reserves with a different AFSC. I did so- went into Air Transportation and received honor graduate at technical school. Upon starting my freshman year of college at IU I was prescribed Vyvanse for ADHD because of a restlessness, basically I take it occasionly to just slow down instead of always go go going on hw and other tasks. It helps me study of course and also lets me attend to other things than just school. Starting my sophomore year I now want to join AF ROTC; I understand that ADHD is medically disqualifying, but is there a way I can get around that? I showed continuous academic superiority with out the medication and also continue to hold a 3.5+ GPA in college. What are my options: 1. Would I be able to just not disclose the information if it is through a citizen-doctor? 2. Would I be able to join based on my previous MEPs acceptance and history of good academics while not on medication? 3. What would the waiver process look like? Would I have good favor for being waived? 4. Any other routes? What are your opinions? Im sorry for the long post- I just really would like to continue my Air Force career. There has to be a way for me to get in- Please please any advice, experiences..etc would help tremendously. -I told my AF reserve doctor during a interview that I occasionally took Vyvanse and he didn't seem to really think it was a big deal. -Please give me good opinions or advice; I do not need to hear that I shouldn't have taken it or shouldn't be on it- I don't need another mother and I have read that everywhere already. Last thing- I know the AF recently changed their policy on ADHD so most of these older threads are out of date.