Hello everybody and season's greetings, So I'm an active duty soldier. I turn 24 this March and began working on my USMMA application about a month ago. I'm making wonderful progress: Transcripts sent in, Waiting on decision for congressional nomination, scheduled to take my ACT(again...) this January, training for CFA, got recommendation letters all squared away. I Found out this month that the army qualified me for free eye surgery. It's been something I've been wanting to do for a very long time as a step closer to reaching my personal goals. I scheduled my pre op/surgery Jan 23rd. Due to my extensive research I found out that I sadly may have to defer it due to it being a disqualifying factor in the SA application process. I'm taking a little bit of a gamble here putting it off indefinitely, but I have a strong feeling that getting into this school is worth it. With that being said, is there any refractive surgery opportunities that King's Point offers like the other service academies (USMA, AFA,USNA, etc). Are there any detailed anecdotes that this forum can share about Midshipmen having surgery done while they went to KP whether it's at the school's expense or not?