The United States Army will reportedly ban all tattoos bellow the elbows or knees and above the neckline. According to Stripes.com Secretary of the Army John McHugh has allegedly approved, but not yet signed a change in the Army's …
The Army is on the verge of banning tattoos on soldiers' arms and legs, a first for the American military since a New York City tattoo parlor first put ink on the military during the Civil War. According to Stars and Stripes, new rules have been …
Other bars from service include things like having a felony charge on your record, lacking a high school diploma or… Having certain tattoos and ear gauges. There are some blatant bans outlined in the military’s recently revised uniform policy.
A U.S. Army tattoo ban is about to be announced as part of an update to a regulation on the appearance of soldiers. According to the Huffington Post, Sgt. Maj. Of the Army Raymond Chandler told Stars and Stripes that tattoos that …
Also banned are tattoos that are sexist, racist, extremist and derogatory, he said. "Those have not changed, regardless of position or location," he said. The new policy will not take effect until a newly revised version of Army Regulation 670-1 …
Among other things, the Army wants to hear from its soldiers on whether it should ban visible tattoos or allow its female soldiers the opportunity to sport French manicures or earrings while wearing combat uniforms. Those are some of the …
Army tattoo policy: The new US Army tattoo policy will ban any tattoo below the knee or elbow. The tattoo policy also forbids tattoos above the neck. Washington — The Army intends to tighten its restrictions on soldiers' tattoos. Under a …
Have a sleeve tattoo? Any on your legs? Maybe one on your neck? If so and you want to join the Army, you’re out of luck. The U.S. Army is passing new strict grooming rules, including a ban on all visible tattoos. Current members of the …
Tattoos, still one of the most controversial yet popular forms of expression, have caused conflict once again with the Army’s strict policy to ban any noticeable ink below the knee or elbow. The ban to prohibit such tattoos seems a bit …
The US Army hates sleeve tattoos, which “are not authorized below the elbow or below the knee” and are really, really, really specific about “band tattoos” defining them as “a tattoo that fully encircles the circumference of the body part.”