I applied to the AFA for the class of 2017, but I caught a snag at the medical area concerning my skin and do not think my waiver will go through in time/get approved. While filling out my application I decided that more is better, which was probably bad, because DoDMERB is now under the impression that I have a skin allergy to the sun. However, I am not allergic to the sun. I've never gotten sun burnt before so I took my skin for granted and decided to go 2 summers with out any sunscreen. When I did get the sunburns they did not look like other people's sunburn so I was confused by it is all. I just need to actually wear sunscreen and I'm fine. In the event that I am reinstated as medically qualified, but for whatever reason am not competitive enough or the waiver does not come through in time, if I reapply, will I need to restate my medical issues as before and go through the waiver process again, or will they be able to pull this information from my last application?