Hello, I apologize for the repetitiveness that this post may bring, but I am hoping for a straight answer. I am currently in the DoDMERB process, and I went to my optometrist appointment about a month ago. Going into it, I already knew I was color deficient, so getting a 4/14 on the PIP test was no surprise. When I asked to have the Vivid Red-Green test done, they said they did not offer it. So I just completed the rest of the test. About a week later, I was disqualified from Air Force Academy and West point due to color vision, meaning it was assumed I could not distinguish vivid red and vivid green. Luckily, upon contacting DoDMERB, the disqualification was removed and changed to remedial, specifically stating "Obtain a REPEAT vivid Red/Green color vision examination." I called the optometrist where I had the original exam done, scheduled an appointment (during the call I was told that the Vivid test is indeed offered), and just today I went to the appointment. The doctor informed me the test was definitely not offered there, but instead said I could be deemed vividly red-green colorblind from the results of the PIP test. So i guess my question is, What is the vivid red-green test? And who offers it, as all the optometrists I have contacted have no idea what I am talking about? And is it true that getting 4/14 PIP test plates mean I cannot distinguish vivid green/red, as according to the Air Force and Army standards? All help/advice would be greatly appreciated.