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Those regulations are clear when it comes to tattoos and office paraphernalia deemed overtly ... Service members may embrace it for any of those reasons, he said, adding that to ban it within the military would be "controversial." "It would need to be ...
Military Times · 6/25/2015
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 can be seen below the ...
Travelers Today · 9/25/2013
Most people that don’t like someone tattoo will just look the other way, but not the United States Army. They are considering a ban on tattoos that can be seen below the elbow and knee and above the neckline. If the ban does go into effect, it will ...
WebProNews · 9/26/2013
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A Kentucky National Guardsman who sued the U.S. Army because of its new restrictions on tattoos is exempt from the policy, the military said in seeking to have his lawsuit dismissed. Staff Sgt. Adam Thorogood, 28, of Nashville, Tenn., who has ink on his ...
The Times-Picayune · ByPaul Purpura · 7/15/2014
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno said Wednesday. The new revision to the appearance policy still prohibits soldiers from having tattoos on their necks, and the ban will remain on tattoos that are extremist, racist or sexist, Odierno said at the AUSA ...
USA Today · 4/2/2015
Numerous bare-chested pictures of Ortega are posted online, showing off his athleticism and his many tattoos. Ortega finds him/herself ... discharges and a review to repeal the ban.” In March, the Army changed its …
WesternJournalism · 7/1/2015
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Getting a prohibited tattoo could constitute a violation of a lawful ... The Marines and the other branches of the military already ban tattoos that could be offensive or disruptive, such as images that are sexist, vulgar, gang-related or extremist.
NBC News · 3/28/2007
A regulation to ban tattoos that are visible below the elbow and knee and above the neckline is under consideration, the armed forces newspaper Stars and Stripes reported. Sergeant Major of the Army Raymond Chandler, the top noncommissioned officer ...
Chicago Tribune · 9/25/2013
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 grooming standards …
New York Daily News · 10/28/2011
of the Army Raymond Chandler said ... Despite that, many traditional hot springs and other businesses in Japan either ban people with tattoos or require patrons to cover them up. The city is establishing a committee to come up with more specific rules ...
Stars and Stripes · ByHana Kusumoto andErik Slavin · 2/27/2014