Ok so while filling out my application I rushed through, marked no to everything including the question of medical discharge from military. My military discharge has always been a bit of a mystery to me, I was in for a very short time. 2 months, injured, injury didn’t heal fast enough, got pretty bummed out about it and then got sent home. My discharge type is listed as “uncharacterized”. When I asked what this meant upon leaving the military I was told “it’s like you were never even here”. So I took that seriously and wrote no on all the question on the exam. Well then I got to thinking about it later and actually pulled out my old army file to see what the paper work actually said. Well turns out a few line below where it says uncharacterized it does in fact say I was discharged for medical reason. So I panicked a bit and ran to the Internet for guidance. Internet showed multiple posts of people saying AME could fix mistakes before submitting. Whew, bullet dodged. I’ll just take my medical records with me and get AME to fix. But once I got there she said there was no way for her to change anything, but assured me it was no big deal. Told me the FAA would call me in two weeks to discuss my medical stuff and that I’d get the medical cleared no problem. Question 1, was she right when she said she couldn’t change it? Has anyone else had their AME change stuff before? 2. Am I worried for nothing?