Tri-Service Vision Conservation & Readiness Program

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Enhance vision readiness of Department of Defense personnel by preventing eye injuries, optimizing visual performance and promoting ocular health.


"Preserve the Sight to Fight!"

Program Purpose:
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​​The Tri-Service Vision Conservation and Readiness Program exists to optimize visual performance, promote ocular health and reduce the rate of ocular injuries through education and training to ensure the nation has a visually ready force.  Active duty members of the Army, Navy and Air Force staff this Porgram along with a select group of federal civilian employees who are highly skilled experts in vision conservation, readiness, ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, preventive medicine, policy, regulations and protective materials designed for eye protection.

For the history of the Tri-Service Vision Conservation and Readiness Program go to TSVCR History.  For additional information, the Vision Conservation and Readiness page which is the primary resource with links to resources, data and support regarding vision conservation and readiness and can be found by utilizing the link to the right under "Related Subjects and Resources."

Need Additional Assistance?

The TSVCR team at APHC is here to help you establish and maintain an effective Vision Conservation and Readiness Program at your site.  If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us by utilizing the contact information on the right.   We are also available to provide Site Assistance Visits where we come to your site and, if necessary, provide additional instruction.  To request a Site Assistance Visit, either contact us directly or at Mission Services Request.  Select "Vision Conservation and Readiness" as the Subject of Request.