Hello everyone, I am currently a sophomore in high school and I have my heart set on attending the USAFA. My one problem so far is my asthma history. I had pretty bad asthma as a baby and a young kid. But that died off when I was in 5th or 6th grade. Still only 11 or 12. I know that DODMERB's policy on asthma states that no asthma history past the age of 13 will be admitted. So I am not too worried about all that. My main problem is that early this year I received a prescription for albuterol from my doctor because I had just moved up to Breckenridge, CO (96000 ft) and was having trouble acclimating while jumping right in to football. Now i realized this is a big problem. I ended up not even using the inhaler and i now realize what a stupid mistake it was to get it. I have heard of lots of candidates receiving waivers for having similar problems to mine. I am fairly confident I can pass the pulmonary tests as my asthma always took place in the form of coughing (never wheezing) and because I have been asymptomatic for quite a while now. What do you think is the chance of me receiving a waiver for the DQ i know is coming?