Waiver questions


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5-Year Member
Jan 2, 2008
My son applied to both USNA and NROTC for class entering 2008. His medical was sent for waiver review for both. He ultimately did not recieve an appointment for USNA and so his medical never left the waiver board. He was awarded a NROTC scholarship and received a waiver. He has now decided to reapply to USNA. His CGO emailed him today and said: "keep on top of your medical waiver and make sure you send in any documents needed for the waiver board." He sent a letter from himself, his parents and letters from his doctors last February when his medical first went to waiver review. He has copies of all of these. Should he send them in again, or will the waiver review board already have them? Also, how likely is it that he will receive a waiver for USNA given the fact that he was waived for NROTC?
Pls cut and paste your posting and send to me at Larry.Mullen@dodmerb.tma.osd.mil. Provide his full name and Last 4 of his SSN. I can give you exact instructions once I see what the status is and what we have on file. We are the conduit or all information for the USNA waiver authority. Standing by:thumb:
As so many others have posted, Larry answered my question quickly and after an email and phone call, it looks like we are good to go.

Thanks, Larry!
U R entirely welcome! It's our pleasure to serve:thumb: