Actually the CG is more strict with the standards than the other branches…but has Chief states all branches of service use the exact same medical enlistment standards…some might be willing to request a waiver more than others..but it is very tough to near impossible to get such a request these days, simply too many qualified applicants without any medical history waiting for a chance to enlist.
pg 46… http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/...13003p.pdf
289. LEARNING, PSYCHIATRIC, AND BEHAVIORAL
History of depressive disorders, including but not limited to major depression (296), dysthymic disorder (300.4), and cyclothymic disorder requiring outpatient care for longer than 12 months by a physician or other mental health professional (to include V65.40), or any inpatient treatment in a hospital or residential facility.
g. Depressive disorder not otherwise specified (311), or unspecified mood disorder (296.90), UNLESS:
(1) Outpatient care was not required for longer than 24 months (cumulative) by a physician or other mental health professional (to include V65.40).
(2) The applicant has been stable without treatment for the past 36 continuous months.
(3) The applicant did not require any inpatient treatment in a hospital or residential facility.
h. History of a single adjustment disorder (309) within the previous 3 months, or recurrent episodes of adjustment disorders.
I can share more in PM if you would like...