I've always wanted to join the Army. I'm currently doing my A-levels and will be off to Uni in just over a year. I'll be studying Maths and then want to go to Sandhurst after that to train as an Officer. I like numbers and want to do something with Logistics but the problem is I'm colour blind. Completely colour blind I think - I can't see any of those numbers in the dotty circle tests, for example. I've spoken to an Army recruitment officer who said being colour blind was not a problem as they'll be something I can do. I've spoken to the online chat on the Army website who said that what will really happen is the medical examiner will explain more about what I can and can't do when I apply to join. The problem is, if this colour blindness is really going to limit the sorts of roles I can do, or limit how far I can take my career in the Army, then perhaps the Army is not for me. I would like to know this now so that I can think about changing my plans for the future. I'm looking for some real-world advice and experience here. Will being colour blind stop me working in Logisitics? Are there any other roles which are going to be off-limits to me? Will being colour blind actually effect things like promotion chances? Any comments appreciated! Thanks, Steve.