Army regulation mandating lasik surgery

This is typically cause by retinitis pigmentosa (RP).

Commander authority is mandatory to receive the surgery.

Upon completion of the surgery, the service member will be given five days of convalescent leave and will have a 30-day profile (no Army Physical Fitness Test can be administered and the service member will not be permitted to participate in any field exercises during this timeframe).

These can limit a soldier’s ability to train and cause problems in extreme combat environments.5.

Glaucoma, including, but not limited to primary, secondary, or pre-glaucoma as evidenced by intraocular pressure above 21 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg), or changes in the optic disc or visual field loss associated with glaucoma Glaucoma is a disease that affects one’s optic nerve.

Does the Army (or military) pay for dependents to have plastic surgery for cosmetic purposes?

It seems everyone has heard of the pilot program from a few years ago where some dependents were given the option to have cosmetic procedures when they paid for some portion of the surgery (such as the implants).

The surgery was performed by Army physicians at relatively little cost compared to a civilian plastic surgeon.

But it wasn’t as widespread as some people believe.

The service member will not be approved for most schools (Ranger School, Airborne School, Air Assault) for 90 days after surgery.

The service member will typically not be deployable for 30-90 days after surgery.

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