Searched for threads touching on this matter but didn't find any. Hope this is not redundant. I graduated from the Marine Corps' 10 week PLC combined course last summer (2010) with an air contract and graduated with a bachelor's this May. I will be commissioning in the Marine Corps later this summer. I went to Pensacola for a flight physical in September 2010 (after I graduated from OCS). I was NPQ'd from pilot for a refraction error that was just a little too far over the limit. The information I have been getting is that once you're through OCS, there are no do-overs, I can't get PRK now, and the NPQ is final. Is this correct or is there a way for me to correct the error and retake a flight physical. Thank you all for your service and any advice you may be able to give.