My son just received a denial for a medical waiver from the Air Force Academy for history of anxiety disorder. (Last year he had seen a therapist for learning coping mechanisms to deal with test anxiety). When they are deciding about the waiver, do they have just the medical records or his whole application. I didn't know if it would help if my son wrote another letter explaining he was taking an extremely hard course load as well as competing in varsity sports, at a very competitive school and this year he has had no problems, takes to the skills he learned. The therapist is upset about it, so we are having her and another psychologist do a follow-up evaluation. Also, in the therapists background information, she put that my husband takes some medication for anxiety and when my son was very young (around 6) we saw a therapist for learning how to deal with his frustration. Would either of these affect my son's decision? My husband didn't start the medicine till he was much older and is on a very low dose. Is there anything else we can do? Thanks.