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my Son just got his Rate of AD taken away 3rd week of bootcamp based on the color test with the numbers and dots. I do not know if there is any way to get them to do the farnsworth lamp test which they used to use when you failed the ishihara dots test. Do not know if there is anything I can do. Very sad and frustrated. Think they are now making him an APAC which tells me undesignated and screwed. Wow, sure am glad meps passed him on that test to get him in. If anyone has any ideas I would love to hear them.

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APACT is not such a bad track. Might even open up more opportunities.

http://navydads.ning.com/forum/topics/a-pact-aviation-professional-...

Thx

and be sure to read this update from the Navy: http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=105588

Thx for the guidance, they ended up giving him an AZ rating.

maint control atleast works with the shops.

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