Good evening, I apologize for my rash of posts lately but finding this forum has been very helpful. My DD is a Junior in HS, as mentioned before her academics, standardized test scores and fitness are great. She applied to AIM and waiting to hear and has visited the USCGA and toured. Currently USCGA is 100% Plan A. She just returned from her annual eye exam, and I will tell you she does not have great vision but it is fully correctable to 20/20 in both eyes. However, the issue it would appear is that her uncorrected vision in one eye is below 20/400 which appears to be a DQ for the USCGA. Has anyone had experience with this? The application process will be grueling to say the least and if this is a 100% deal breaker and we already know it, I wonder if I shouldn't break the news to her tonight. She's dreamt of attending the Academy for years and has done all the right things while in HS....sad to think her vision will be her undoing. But perhaps someone can give me an idea if waivers are granted for this type of vision issue (I realize nobody has a crystal ball but perhaps someone has experienced this)? Sorry for the long winded post and thanks in advance for any insight. I did a lot of googling but I can't really find a solid answer beyond this is a definite DQ and perhaps it's one of those just dive in and hope for the best scenarios haha.