I have an LOA and a nomination. I got medically disqualified for a (minor red/green) color vision deficiency. I failed most of the pseudo iso-chromatic plates. I can actually tell the difference between plain red and green objects (the optometrist tested for that and, of course, I passed) but the tests with the number plates with the colored dots are hard for me. One of my parents also went there and I have an older sibling who is currently a mid. I think (and hope) that the LOA, nomination, and legacy will make them take me seriously for a waiver.
I’ve been under review for a waiver for both USNA and Navy ROTC (I have an NROTC scholarship) for quite some time now.
Anyone know how common it is that they give these waivers out (for both agencies)? If you are familiar with the process, what kind of candidates usually receive them? Also, when do they typically let people know? Thank you.