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    In 2015 I was diagnosed with asthma, but I've never had an asthma attack, don't take medication and my doctor said it has probably gone. But it's on my records. So if I apply for the army are they gonna reject me for a condition I don't have?

    From what I've read, if you have not had an asthma attack or been treated for it in a certain period of time (which in your case would be never) you would be regarded no longer 'asthmatic' in a sense of you're not affected by it. I would apply anyway as it can't hurt to try, as long as they know you've never had an attack.

    Good luck!
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