But the U.S. Army may be asking new recruits to roll up their tattoo sleeves as part of a new uniform policy. A regulation to ban tattoos that are visible below the elbow and knee and above the neckline is under consideration, the armed …
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 grooming and appearance …
a newspaper that covers military news, that soldiers will be prohibited from getting inked below the elbows or knees, …
NEAR JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash. — It`s been a long and colorful tradition, but times are changing for the Army. According to a new report, soldiers will no longer be allowed to have tattoos below their elbows and knees or …
China's army recruits can look forward to a better night's sleep thanks to a new regulation banning chronic snorers from joining up. One of a raft of physical and mental traits banned from the army, the new standards governing recruitment …
What the regulation primarily does is remove the harsh tattoo policy introduced by the Army last year in March, which banned full-sleeve tattoos. Under that previous rule, soldiers were also only permitted four small tattoos visible on the …
"Due to recent reports of members acquiring tattoos ... the ban. Union head Joe Kovel also declined to discuss the matter. But the battle over body art is one that's been playing out in law enforcement agencies nationwide — and even in the …
It also reflects the fact that a growing number of states have legalized marijuana sales, even though the federal government has not, and that some branches of the military already have eased their tattoo bans. The recruitment review marks …
(AP) — The U.S. Army says a Kentucky National Guard soldier with aspirations ... The regulations went into effect in March and ban tattoos below the knee or elbow. Soldiers who already have the ink are grandfathered in. Under the new …
The military's new tattoo standards have also put a hamper on some recruits. The military has banned tattoos on the hand, forearm, calf, and above the neck. In most states, it is illegal to tattoo someone under the age of 18 unless a …