I have received and accepted my appointment to USAFA class of 2020 and am currently making my way through the appointee handbook and have a question regarding my eyes. When I was little (5ish) I had a condition called Strabismus or, a lazy eye. In order to correct it I had to have eye surgery. The surgery improved my vision exponentially, however it is still not perfect. There was a time in 4th - 6th ish grades where I wore corrective lenses. Although I could technically still wear them, I can see just fine without them so I don't have glasses now. Even though I haven't worn glasses regularly in 8 years or so, the Appointee Handbook says that if I have worn corrective lenses at ANY POINT I need to bring a pair of glasses to I-Day, and they will also give me a standard issue pair, that I will be required to wear through, at least, BCT. I don't really care to wear glasses but I do not enjoy wearing them during physical exercise and similar things. Can anyone verify what I am saying or have any experience in a similar situation? Thanks!