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  • Hey there, I am applying to OTS this year and I read a post of yours saying that you found a clinic in San Antonio, TX that either had anomaloscope or could give a CCT for color vision deficiencies. Do you remember what clinic you went to? I am having trouble, apparently UT Med doesn't have one. I did not do so hot on the PIP Plates at MEPS and would really like to know where I stand color vision wise
    I have previous AF service and am a member of the PA Army National Guard as an 88M Truck Driver for 10+ yrs. There is a position open with the PA Air Natl Guard for a truck driving position which I am applying for, however , I am Red/Green colorblind and was told that I would not qualify for a position with the ANG due to colorblindness. Is there a waiver that can be done by the VA or medical doctor ?
    hornetguy
    hornetguy
    Sorry I didn't see this earlier. I assume you have a deutan deficiency when you saw red/green colorblind. You need to know the extent of the deficiency on the primary and any other diagnostic tests to be able to apply or see if a waiver is feasible. I don't know specifically about ANG standards but there are several resources if you do a search to find what the requirements are and what the waiver process is.
    Hello,
    Just wanted to say thank you for responding to my thread! I really want to be able to attend the Air Force Academy and I am going to try my hardest in school and out of school to meet the requirements. Again, just wanted to thank you for your insight as it is very valuable!

    Best regards,
    Liam.
    Saw your long post, Tyler, but I was aware of some of your troubles.
    Thinking of you...
    hornetguy
    hornetguy
    Thanks, Cindy. Things are going well. I start a new job and new chapter in a week!
    fencersmother
    fencersmother
    Oh!!! That's great! Will always be grateful to you for the care and concern and general friendliness you showed to my son in Tiger 10. Good luck in your new career!
    Hello,

    I'm currenty a midshipman at the Naval Academy, and I'm going on exchange next semester and I was wondering what biochemistry at USAFA is like. I have heard good things and bad things, and I was just curious on what you opinion on the introductory courses was like. Are there good teachers, relative course load compared to other classes, etc. Any help would be very appreciated. Thanks.

    Very Respectfully,

    Bryan C. Kaps
    MIDN USN
    Not sure why my messages arn't working but to respond to your message, I was actually in 34 this past year. 10 is going to be my new squad. I'll let you know how it is though!
    You and Bullet crossed paths he is in TX right now, comes home tomorrow
    Hornet!
    How are you doing post-graduation?
    My Sam (CS04) got selected for the EMT program and I thought of you right away!
    Hope all is well!

    Cindy - the fencersmother
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