Advertisement Hand and wrist tattoos will also remain banned (except for "single ring" inkings). The 2014 Army rules limited soldiers to “four small tattoos” on the lower arms and legs. (The upper arms and legs and torso are fair game for …
The ban also infringes upon Thorogood's free speech rights, May said. An Army spokesman did not immediately return ... and an ambigram of the words "Fear Is the Mind Killer." Once the tattoo regulations took effect, body art that Thorogood …
A new rule applied to Army Regulation 670-1, which contains rules concerning wear and appearance of Army uniforms and insignia, will ban soldiers from getting tattoos on certain parts of the body. The new rule was announced to soldiers at …
New Army rules on grooming will mean recruits seeking to sign on the dotted line will first have to prove they don’t have tattoos that stretch past the elbow and that can be hidden under most shirts. The new policy, which still has to be …
... be documented Unit commanders must photograph and document sleeve tattoos to ensure Marines do not add to their ink. The Marines and the other branches of the military already ban tattoos that could be offensive or disruptive, such as …
(FOX 8)— A new ban on some tattoos for Army soldiers is only a signature away. The Secretary of the Army approved a ban on tattoos below the elbows and knees, Stars and Stripes reported. Secretary John McHugh has approved the ban, …
... currently have tattoos in the banned areas of the body will be grandfathered in, he said. Once the rules are implemented, soldiers will have to "self-identify" any tattoos with a unit leader, Chandler said. The Army still bans tattoos that are …
MARTINEZ, Ga. (WRDW) -- There's a story behind each one. For Cody Turner, it's a reminder of who he's lost, now written in in on his skin forever. "To put that somewhere where it's going to be the rest of my life, it was a symbolic way of …
Another new Army rule bans tattoos on neck, face, lower arms, hands, and fingers of recruits. The new hair regulations, whose goal is to make clear the professional look of soldiers, requires that hair be of “uniform dimension, small in …
The U.S. Army has a new battle on its hands -- French manicures. Sergeant Major of the Army Raymond Chandler is considering doing away with allowing female soldiers to wear the pretty pink manicure in the name of tightening …