When I went to meps in 2009 I had to see a specialist for my vision as well. When I say I'm blind as a batt, I can not see the big E without contacts or glasses. I'm corrected to 20/20 or better depending on if I'm wearing contacts or glasses. It was just an extra step on the way to boot camp. They just wanted to make sure there wasn't any major reasons for my horrible vision. I went to the specialist and a few weeks later I had my ship date. Just hang in there and it will all work it self out.
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Originally Posted by builder View Post
Look, don't let an obstacle bring you down and cause you to not complete your mission. You will come across many obstacles in the military - so get around it whichever way you can, be that over/under/around/or through it.
Let's go wheelin'!!
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Originally Posted by rdujeep View Post
Ask for the waiver. Be persistant. They dont need you, you need them
"...They will find the streets are guarded by United States Marines"
Hopefully it will all work out and they will let this kid in. But anymore with the Force Shaping, Down sizing or whatever pretty name they are calling it. They are sending people home each day, not allowing reenlistments, and turning down applicants at the door. That allows the services to be extremely selective.
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