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Failed Depth Perception at Meps

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  • Failed Depth Perception at Meps

    Hello Gents.

    Currently in DEP pursing a SO contract. A few weeks ago I failed the Depth Perception test at MEPS. is this disqualifying for SEAL duty? will I have to pass this test at Boot Camp? Scott Williams

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    It is not a DQ for SEALS. Good luck

    Edit: I may be wrong about this. I have a buddy in DEP that failed but said it wasn’t required. This is addressed in MANMED 15-85 (1)(d)

    you should read this and talk with your mentor to be sure.
    Last edited by MAM97; 1 week ago.

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    • #3
      When I went to boot there was no depth perception test.

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      • HopefulWarrior
        HopefulWarrior commented
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        Did you fail Depth perception at MEPS?

      • b16fy
        b16fy commented
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        There's a ton of people that fail. That dot test is completely useless in determining depth perception. They should just see if you have a drivers license, because it would be impossible to drive without healthy depth perception.

    • #4
      With 100% certainty I can tell you that you can fail the depth perception test and get a SO contract.

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      • #5
        Depth perception is a routine part of the eye exam at MEPS. Lack of depth perception is disqualifying. The standard for depth perception is found in MANMED article 15-85 para 1d. A disqualifying result is waiverable.
        Navy SEAL & SWCC Scout Team

        "The cost of freedom is always high, but Americans have always paid it. And one path we shall never choose, and that is the path of surrender, or submission."

        John F. Kennedy
        35th President of U.S. 1961-1963 (1917 - 1963)

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