I have recently been seriously contemplating beginning the process to apply for a USMC OCS slot and then an Air contract. It seems that I only get motion sickness when I'm sitting still and not actively doing anything (sitting on a commercial plane, riding as a passenger) I'm prior service and I used to crew on CH53E's. As a crew member it only hit me my first few flights then it seems like afterwards as long as I was distracted or moving around I was fine. It seemed that after the first few flights I wasn't affected as long as I was doing something or occupied. At my current job I fly every so often as a passenger on Huey's and I get nausea pretty bad. So my question is, does anyone think this will be a barrier to becoming a pilot? I spoke to some of the pilots at my job and they said you get used to it after flying awhile, is this true? Are pilots allowed to take motion sickness medicine? I know the regs on taking any kind of meds are pretty strict. Thanks!