Hello all, I am 15 years old and I think that it might be a little too early for me to be posting this but I am really interested in an air force carrer. Canadian or American, I don't know...Well my dream in life is to become a fighter pilot and have a successful career. I am currently in the Air Cadet program and this summer i went for a 2 week survival camp to CFB Cold Lake. Before i went to the camp i always like military things and loved flying. Once i came back from my camp, I was really inspired to become a fighter pilot seeing cf-18's flying over head ever 5 minutes in formation, doing rolls and such. Apart from all that, there is a small problem from letting me to live up my dream. I don't have 20/20 vision. I read some forum posts and i know the medical standards to become a pilot and it says you can't wear glasses nor have lazer vision correction. Well it has also come to my attention that more and more people are starting to wear glasses and I read up that Canada is in need of some pilots. Does anyone know if lazer vision correction will be accepted in the near future? Again, I am just speaking out of interest because this is my ultimate dream. So if anyone has any information whether lazer correction will be accepted in the future, please post it here, thanks.