Can you wear clear frame glasses in the army?

Can I wear glasses in basic training?

Once you receive your government-issue glasses (a few days after your eye examination), they are the only glasses you are allowed to wear while at basic training. If you don’t really need glasses to see, you won’t be required to wear them.

Can fake glasses ruin your eyesight?

One big question everyone asks: Will wearing fake glasses hurt your eyes? You’re just looking through glass or plastic (or nothing at all), so no, fake glasses won’t harm your vision.

Can glasses ruin your eyes?

Glasses that don’t fit well can cause headaches, eye strain, blurred vision, watery eyes and even dizziness. You might even think that your ill-fitting glasses might actually be harming your eyes. Your glasses may be causing discomfort, but they are not making your vision worse.

What color glasses can you wear in military uniform?

Lens colors must be traditional gray, brown, or dark green shades. Personnel will not wear lenses or frames that are so large or so small that they detract from the appearance of the uniform.

Does the army provide glasses?

Active Duty Members & Activated Guard/Reserve

Active duty members & activated guard & reserve members can get a yearly eye exam and military-issued glasses as necessary from their medical/vision clinic. Sunglasses are available if mission necessary.

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Are Clear frames flattering?

They complement almost any complexion and look great on all face shapes. Another benefit of wearing clear glasses is that you can experiment with larger frame styles since they don’t overwhelm your face the same way that darker frames can.