Hello. My son received a qualified offer to NAPS back in April contingent upon the DoDMERB review. The next week after signing our letter of intent, we received a letter from DoDMERB stating that my son was deemed medically unqualified and that a waiver process was in effect and that we would recieve final notification from the Academy. Two weeks ago we received the letter from USNA Medical officer that he was not going to be granted a waiver due to his medical history. There are 3 items: Fracture of Vertebrae,Migraines, and a Sleepwalking incident. The fracture was at the age of 10. Since then he has been very active with no problems. he is a 3 year starter in football and in lacrosse. No physical ailments re: his back at all. The migaines has not occurred since his freshman year. last occurrence in 2004. A sleepwalking incident maybe occurred early in childhood as witnessed by his mother. He also reported on his questionnaire that he had another episode 2 years ago, however I am certain that was not an actual occurrence and that was a mistake on his part on the questionnaire. No medical records reflect any sleepwalking events at all. We are in need of some assistance as we wish to have the waiver authorities reconsider. This has been a dream for my son, and at this point I feel I need to somehow exhaust all my efforts to try and get them to reconsider. Our b&g has been of no assistance and we feel we need to remain proactive before induction day. How do we go about getting the waiver authorities to reconsider? Can anyone offer some advice at this time?