Looking for advice from experienced members- DS received two DQs from DoDMERB, one for eczema after 12 and other one for use of inhaler after 13. AFROTC just denied medical waiver. After I called HQ they said that denial is for eczema and that they didn't even consider the other DQ. The issue was a rash on his face when he was 13. His pediatrician gave me a letter commenting on the issue and his present condition that have'nt send to DoDMERB yet. Doctor is willing to modify the language if I want. I dont have any experience in this area and I'm wondering if anyone would please comment and suggest any language change, additional info in the letter. Here is what the doctor wrote- "<person_name> has been a member of our practice for many years. In 2013 he had an episode of a rash that was diagnosed as eczema of his cheeks. The condition was an acute episode and was rapidly cured with over-the-counter cremes. <person_name> has not had any further episodes and does not have chronic eczema. He does not have any medical issues. If you have any further questions, please call me" For the record, I had only provided the medical history of that particular episode of rash and wheezing (two separate record). I have his medical records for last 12 years and none of his annual visits mentioned anything about any skin condition or wheezing. Shall I send the doctor's letter along with all annual visit records? What else can I do? Any help is highly appreciated.