Quick question, I was originally offered the Commander's scholarship for Air Force ROTC at my college in California, but it was later revoked after I was disqualified through my DODMERB exam due to a past history of asthma (a waiver was not granted). I no longer have asthma, I had it up until age 15 (which is when I stopped taking medication), but I obviously have to respect their decision. In the end, the Air Force ROTC recruiter ended up telling me that I should try the Army ROTC to try my luck. Over a year later, I am well on my way to joining the Army ROTC program, but I have not told anyone there about my past history of asthma or involvement with the AFROTC program. I plan on completely denying any history of asthma, and the chances of them finding out that I was SUPPOSED to go into the Air Force ROTC is very slim. But the question I have is: during my DODMERB for the Army ROTC, will they try to use my old one? Or will they let me do a completely new one? Will they see that I had asthma and try to DQ me again, this time from Army? Or will I be able to slip through undetected? Like I said, I no longer have it; it's just an issue of past asthma.