Interesting news article concerning DoDMERB and waivers

jamzmom

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Very interesting article. Thanks for posting that. RetNavyHM, I told a few kids about you and directed them here. I feel that you help so many & I don't think you realize how much you're appreciated here. Dodmerb has become such a scary monster to all academy applicants & you shed all kinds of light on the process. Thanks for being here!! Truly!

Uh, where were you a year ago when I needed you. :biggrin:
 

RetNavyHM

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I was on the other end of the phone at DoDMERB! I realized once I retired just how much fun I was having answering questions from parents and applicants (except for the yelling and cursing ones :thumbdown: ) while at DoDMERB. So here I am, to try to impart some of my knowledge and a few little tid-bits that I've picked up over the years.
 

laradeluna

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Peanuts!

I have been dq'd for my Army ROTC scholarship and I am about to attack the waiver process. I was reading another posts and saw how helpful you are to others and I was wondering if you have any insights on my chances to get this allergy of mine waived. The peanut allergy is actually really mild, I can eat peanuts I just choose not to. :)

Words of advice? Encouragement?
 

Luigi59

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I have been dq'd for my Army ROTC scholarship and I am about to attack the waiver process. I was reading another posts and saw how helpful you are to others and I was wondering if you have any insights on my chances to get this allergy of mine waived. The peanut allergy is actually really mild, I can eat peanuts I just choose not to. :)

Words of advice? Encouragement?
This thread is 5 years old.

You should direct your questions to Larry Mullen, his contact info is in this section.
 
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