Help Please{ Waiver info}

Mz. Mimi

10-Year Member
5-Year Member
May 21, 2008
Hello everyone I'm quite new to this forum but as I browsed through have seen pretty good advice. As of recently I have been enrolled in AFROTC...but after my DODMERB was medically disqualified for eczema. But the problem here is that previously when I was diagnosed with eczema{By my primary doctor} it was during soccer season and my shin guards could have possibly been the cause of it since it no longer persisted after the season was over. After I was disqualified I then went to my doctor and her write me a letter stating that I didn't have eczema yet I was still disqualified. I was told that I could file a rebuttal and should go to a Dermatologist . So after a few months I have finally been able to see three dermatologist who have written brief letters stating that I don't have eczema. My question now is will this be enough or should I get more opinions before I send my information off.:confused::confused::confused: Please if anyone has any insight or advice let me no. I really want to be in the air force its my dream!!
Help Please{Waiver Info}

Two parts:

1. Answers to ALL DoDMERB questions from the Deputy Director


If you have any questions regarding DoDMERB about policies, procedures, your specific case (I will have to verify who you are), or anything else, I am the DoDMERB official to provide you a response. I'm always available and in most cases, will respond immediately, but will respond within 24 hours on all cases.

Due to access issues while at work, I may not be able to view this website more than once a day (but I'll work on getting access). But, my email address is ALWAYS open. I'm the DoDMERB Bureaucrat Buster. Give me a chance:)

Larry Mullen
Deputy Director, Department of Defense Medical Examination Review Board (DoDMERB)
8034 Edgerton Drive, Suite 132
USAFA, CO 80840-2200

2. Send me an email with your name and Last 4 of your Social Security Number. Then I can answer your question from a more well-informed basis.