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I am no expert but:

https://british-army.career-inspirat...osed-with-adhd

"Generally speaking, a diagnosis of ADHD does not always prohibit personnel from joining. It will depend on symptoms, treatment, who made the diagnosis and whether the individual has been off treatment for an extended amount of time without symptoms. Our guidelines on this are constantly being reviewed and updated so I am unable to advise on the exact criteria that must be met at this time."

Unfortunately it seems to depend on mainly treatment and symptoms
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Everyone is assessed on a case-by-case basis, so the only way to find out is to make an application and see what happens if you reach the medical stage of the selection.

No-one on here or in the AFCO can comment on your particular condition.
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