I just learned about these forums last night and have been reading for over four hours. The more I read, the more I wish I would have known about them prior to helping my DS fill out his DD 2492! My DS is a senior, applying to the AFA and for an AFROTC scholarship. His eye exam is Monday and his hearing and medical exam on Tuesday. After reading pages of threads, I'm wondering if he even has a chance to be medically qualified now. His "yes" responses were for: 1. Allergic to cats - Causes sneezing and itchy eyes. Takes claritin if visiting a friend's house who has a cat. 2. Seasonal hay fever - Causes congestion, sneezing and runny nose. Takes claritin when mowing the lawn or on spring/summer days when pollen counts are high. No other complications. 3. Concussion - Aug 2009 at 13 years old when he slipped and fell on wet, outdoor basketball court. Was seen at ER. Amnesia lasted less than 2 hours, headache lasted until the next day. No other symptoms after that and he returned to school after just missing one day. 4. Acne on face - takes minocycline hcl (antibiotic) since 2010. 5. Hives - April 2013, unknown cause, treated with methylprednisolone and they never came back. 6. ADD - took concerta from Aug 2004 - April 2012 when we found out it was reason for DQ. In the 18 onths that he has been off medicine, his grades stayed all A's except his two AP courses which were B's. He scored a 33 on ACT test this fall so focusing is no longer an issue. The ADD is the issue I'm most worried about after reading these threads. I'm just sick thinking that if we had known about the medical issues, we would have stopped the concerta in middle school. Any advice? Should I start requesting medical records now? He was treated at our MTF until 2009 when my husband retired. We went Tricare Standard and started going off base. We still live near the MTF, so I should be able to request copies of records? Since we didn't move, we never received copies. So, what should we expect to happen now? Thanks for any insight someone with experience has to offer!