Ok, a short time ago i received a letter from Glencourse to the effect of, Sorry but we believe you have a history of a condition that would permanently exclude you from serving in the military. Something in my records between 2003-2006 they are a tad unhappy with. Though while it says i do not have an automatic appeal of this decision, they would consider an appeal should i send them copies of medical records, i dont have many as i hardly ever go to the doctors at all. Basically the main question is, writing a covering letter to add ontop of these medical records when i send them off, what way should i word it, should it be along the lines off "please see my medical records, which shows consistency, not many doctor visits, and general good health" Or "I think your wrong, let me in" which i realise would not be a good thing to say. Does anyone here have any experience in having to appeal like this, any and all advice (including intermittant banter) will be accepted.