you are gonna have to pay for it yourself. There is/was a program for soldiers in a critical MOS who could get PRK if they had an upcoming deployment but that is/was for active duty (title 10) soldiers.
The active duty Army has the Warrior Refractive Eye Surgery Program (WRESP) on most active duty posts/bases.
All active-duty & activated National Guard & Reserve soldiers (Army, Navy, Air Force or Marines) are eligible for refractive surgery under the WRESP program if they meet the following criteria:
Approval by Commanding Officer (rank of O-3 or above)
At least 18 months remaining on active duty after surgery (or in conjunction with an executed reenlistment action)
No adverse personnel actions pending
At least 18 years of age
Ability to meet all pre-operative and post-operative appointments
If you do not need glasses or contact lenses to drive a car, you are not a candidate for refractive eye surgery because your uncorrected vision is too good. Certain individuals are poor candidates for refractive surgery & will be advised so after the pre-operative evaluation.
Category 1: Any combat arms soldier & deploying soldier regardless of specialty.
Category 2: Non-combat arms soldiers who are not deploying are treated on a space-available basis.