Army regulation mandating lasik surgery
At the tortured time of seventh grade–just when my pimples were at their zenith, braces adorned my teeth, and my self-confidence was abysmal–my eyesight began to deteriorate. I might’ve tried to tough it out were it not becoming increasingly obvious that I ran the risk of bringing middle school shame on myself by tripping over large, stationary objects I could no longer clearly discern.
Admitting ocular defeat was self-preservation at its finest.
However you have to be in the Army to be selected for the school you can not enlist for it.
There has to be a reason to send you to the school. More importantly, your eyes have to stabilize (for lack of a better term).
Would anyone care to share their real world experiences?
I worry that the people selling it are the only ones saying how wonderful it is, and what percentage of people show a marked improvement afterward.
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