I am currently pursuing a scholarship with the Air Force Academy, and I have a few questions I would like to ask anonomously. First, I have bad eyesight. I know that times are different than when aerial warfare was in its infancy, and now aircraft and ground units can see farther than the human eye, eliminating eyesight as an advantage in combat. Also, I have heard that the United States will let anyone in the Armed Forces recieve eye surgury if they can be fixed. But, I don't want my eyesight to affect my chances at a dream career. Second, I have moderate ADHD, inattentive type. Under the influence of medication, I am an excellent student. But, without the assistance, my performance is affected and I am not so competitive anymore with the men and women who will apply to the academy. People like me who have this condition are unfortunately drawn to exciting careers such as firefighting and flight because of the rush we get that counters our disability, making us feel normal. I would appreciate it if anyone could give me their opinion on my chances making it to the Air Force through the academy. I am well qualified in leadership, academics and sports otherwise, and these two things are my only vices.