Asking for a friend. (Honest. I already have one in the military but I ran into a friend today and her daughter wants to enlist as soon as she turns 18). Friend's daughter is 15 1/2 and her plan A is to enlist as soon as she is able. However, she is cutting and is also seeing a counselor. I said that I'd do some research for her. I looked at the list - dated March 2014 - of non-waiverable conditions for the army and saw that self-mutilation is non-waiverable (2d). (https://www.jmu.edu/rotc/prospective-cadets/Non-waiverable medical conditions.pdf ) Does anyone know if there is a more recent list of non-waiverable conditions? Any advice I can give to my friend? I thought it might be good for her daughter to focus on the physical requirements for enlistment (as this would be a positive thing to focus her energies toward) but if she can not get a waiver, then maybe she needs a new plan going forward. Thanks in advance!