In a culture where even soccer moms now sport tattoos and soccer-themed “tramp stamps” (click the links for some examples), the Army’s recent decision to ban all visible tattoos has prompted a “WTF?” heard round …
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New U.S. Army recruits will not be permitted to sport tattoos below their elbows and knees or above their necklines, according to a new report from a military publication. The ban, part of broader new rules on …
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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, …
Washington — The Army intends to tighten its restrictions on soldiers' tattoos. Under a proposed rule change, new recruits would not be allowed tattoos visible below the elbow or knee or above the neckline. Current …
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He said American tattooing was a way for military members to wear their experiences as ... ethnic or religious discrimination are still banned. Tattoos on hands, with the exception of one ring tattoo on one hand, are not …
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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 …
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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 …
This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated. Tattoos are a staple and a badge of honor for American soldiers. Many …
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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
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 …