I have read online on http://www.aop.org.uk/uploads/uploaded_files/royal_navy_vs.pdf that for Warfare Officer VA2 is required. Within VA2, it states the value for corrected vision for each eye, now for right eye it is 6/6 N5 but for left it is 6/9 N5. My left eye is better then my right eye, and with correction my left eye exceeds 6/6, however, my right eye does not reach 6/6 when corrected. I was wondering if there is any reason that the 6/6 is required in the right eye and not the left? And weather you would be considered if they are the opposite way around, like mine? Or is there a requirement for the right eye to be higher for a very specific reason? I initially thought it may be for weapons training, but then thought that left handed people must use their left eye for weapon sights and also that VA3 is lower on the right eye and people with that standard would also undergo weapon training? Thanks in advance for any responses. Chris.