SEEKING ADVICE, URGENT: I am a prospective candidate Naval and Air Force Academy candidate for the class of 2023. I am a significant way into my application, have an interview scheduled, and I believe I am a competitive candidate overall. Unfortunately, I had non-excercise induced asthma and have been doing immuno therapy for allergies since I was in 5th grade. I was diagnosed for asthma at 2 and allergies around the same time. I went to the USNA summer seminar and would very much like to attend the academy, but if my conditions are too “severe” I don’t want to waste any more time trying. To put things in perspective, I played soccer for 10 years, and then I joined Track/Cross Country and have been running for the last 4 years with no issues. I take a asthma preventative that I sometimes forget, and a allergy pill, which I forget regularly, on a daily basis. I know the DODMERB guide exclusively says sosmrhing about both disqualifying you, but I have severe issue with either. It would be very hard to tell if you didn’t know; many of my close friends don’t even know. I am looking for advice reguarding my still going through the application process, on the asthma challenge, and on immuno therapy. Any information is helpful. I would very much like to attend the academy, but I want to use my time wisely and not commit to a college that may kick me out. Thanks!