Am I seeing things wrong, or is the military blatantly discriminating against those who have ADHD? According to the Captain in charge of the Air Force ROTC at St. Joseph's University, I can't be taking medication for at least two years and I can't show signs of ADHD when I take the DoD Medical Examination. Am I the only one that sees something wrong with that? What happened to the Americans With Disabilities Act? I mean, I could totally understand not being able to be a pilot in direct combat but for an Engineering position I really see no problem if I can manage it with a medication. I also fail to see what is wrong if I have the disorder managed with a medication. I'm fairly pissed about this, but worse is that there is nothing I can do about it. I mean, I could sue, but I don't have the funds to afford a civil rights attorney, especially if my opponent is the government.