Hi all, i just had a few questions on the remedial process: - the DoDMERB cadre at my BN told me that these remedials are quite common. It means that they're trying to "qualify" me but just need more information first to do so. Is that accurate? - The main question: Will DoDMERB ever directly contact the physicians or order records from the applicant's physicians? I have nothing to hide (i think it's a crime to hide or alter information anyways), but my counselor had the right to withhold any documentation from me, and he only provided me with 3 pages worth of records. These included the release-from-care document and a brief summary of my treatment. My main worry is that these documents, despite how succinct they are, won't satisfy the DoDMERB examiners, and they'll either want more information (which I don't have), or they'll DQ me and I'll have to start a waiver. Problem is....I don't very little time to start a waiver because I leave for camp for a whole month in 3 weeks. And my scholarship depends on me getting qualified. Otherwise, I can no longer stay in the program because I wouldn't be able to attend my school. Will DoDMERB take into account the fact that I go off to camp soon, and that I'm under a conditional offer of a scholarship?