Can I wear clear glasses in the military?
Personnel will not hang eyeglasses or eyeglass cases on the uniform, and may not let glasses hang from eyeglass restraints down the front of the uniform. … Additionally, clear lenses that have designs on them that change the contour of the iris are not authorized for wear with the uniform.
Yes, they will issue you free glasses.
(1) Prescription Glasses. When in uniform, prescription glasses will be conservative and not present a uniform distraction. Authorized frame colors include silver/grey, black, navy blue, brown, gold, clear or translucent.
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Poor vision typically will not limit your ability to serve in the U.S. Military, so long as your vision problem can be suitably corrected with eyeglasses, contact lenses or vision correction surgery.
Prescription glasses – The Navy will give you glasses, but while you wait, you will want your own glasses. … The Navy will dispense your medicines, however. Females may bring a minimal amount of makeup and hair ties and barrettes that match the color of the hair. A hairbrush and/or comb is also acceptable.
To become a Navy SEAL, you must be an active-duty member of the U.S. Navy and a U.S. citizen who can read, write and speak English fluently. You must also usually be under the age of 28, although waivers are sometimes allowed for candidates who are 29 to 30 years old.
To join the Navy, you must:
- Be a U.S. citizen; or Legal Permanent Resident (Enlisted)
- Be between the ages of 17 and 39 to enlist or be between 19 and 42 to become an Officer*
- Have a high school diploma or GED equivalent (Enlisted) or have a four-year degree from an accredited university (Officer)
Gatorz sunglasses are very popular with the US Navy SEALs, SWAT team and elite military special forces units.
Can you bring your own glasses to basic training?
Air Force Basic Training Glasses
You cannot wear contact lenses during basic training. You also cannot wear your civilian glasses, once you have received your official government-issue glasses.
Can you wear glasses in Special Forces?
Standard: Must be at least 20/70 or better in both eyes and both correctable to 20/20 with glasses. … Waiver possibilities: If one eye is 20/70 or better and the other no worse than 20/200, or if both eyes are no worse than 20/100.