Hi everyone, My question is a bit technical but after browsing some of the threads I think there is someone on here that can answer it. My situation is that I am a freshman in college, and I am applying for a NROTC scholarship. I did my DODMERB and as I expected, was disqualified. Quote via Dodmerb This is also followed by my remedial requirments: So I did what they said and went to a doctor of my choice. The doctor of my choice was a full Lt. at a naval hospital in Newport RI. She did rule out keratoconus and all that other bad stuff and said I "may be a good candidate for a waiver" in her written report to DODMERB. HOWEVER, she had an intern test my corrected vision...and he rated me at 20/20 left eye, 20/30 right eye. DODMERB had NOT previously disqualified me for this, and I assume at my original appointment saw 20/20 in each eye. My question is, will they disqualify me for this if they see that each eye was not corrected to 20/20 in the remedial? OR will they see that at my first appointment, I saw 20/20 in each eye and look over it? Again, the Lt. optometrist ruled out the diseases associated with high astigmatism, I am just curious to know if they will hit me with some sort of double jeopardy. I know for a fact, confirmed by a very qualified MD (and surgeon to boot) and a separate DO that I see 20/20 in both eyes, corrected of course. Thank you in advance to anyone who steps forward to solve my extremely technical dilemma, I know it's a bit complicated and over-thought, but I want to know if I should go back to the office and have them retest my right eye's vision because I most certainly do not see 20/30 corrected in that eye.