My son was accepted into the class of 2011 at West Point and will report on 2 July. He had an accident earlier in the year and tore the ACL in his left knee. He had surgery to repair the ACL on March 26th and is now in rehab. The doctor says he is on track and should be 100% by the time he is scheduled to report. He is walking well but still not cleared to run--that should be approved soon. Per the cadet instructions he notified the Academy and DODMERB of his situation shortly after his surgery. DODMERB asked that we forward copies of all medical records and assessment by our Orthopedic Doctor within 90 days. The West Point admissions officer said to follow DODMERB's instructions and expect a thorough physical when he arrives. We have not yet sent any records to DODMERB and are holding off until the first week of June so we can include a very positive assessment by the doctor and his indication that my son should be 100% by the end of June. My question is this: Should we wait til we get a 100% clearance from the doctor to submit the medical records (which will not be until the end of June) or send in partials now that show he is still in rehab and not 100% cleared. If he is cleared by his doctor by the time he reports to West Point will that be enough for DODMERB medical clearance? What happens if for some reason he is almost 100% but not quite ready when he reports? Would he be disqualified? Thanks for any advice you can provide.