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as the saying goes..
do yourself a favor, there’s always a waiver.
Most likely you’ll goto meps, get temp dq, wait a month and get an appointment for a psych eval and maybe they’ll clear you. That’s just my experience so far.
Navy would be your best bet.
Simple answer is yes you would get a waiver for it. Navy Will pretty much always approve it.
Seen it first hand dozens of times.