He wants to lower taxes while building our military. But he has no public voting record ... won’t vote at all and some will cross party lines and some will roll up their sleeves and vote their own charter. I think it’s time to roll up our sleeves.
The U.S. Marine Corps introduced its new tattoo policy Thursday, maintaining the ban on Marines inking their necks or donning full sleeves. The regulations serve as an update to the Corps’ 2010 policy that aimed to balance discipline with …
Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated. The U.S. Army announced commanders may authorize soldiers to roll up the sleeves on Army combat uniforms. Lt. Gen. James C, McConville signed the …
It shows that soldiers should speak up more often if they have a good idea,” Sergeant First Class Sean Caruso of Fort Bragg told The Daily Caller. The top brass is still determining exactly how the policy will be regulated, but has said …
The decision by the Commandant of the Marine Corps to allow for rolled up sleeves on certain uniforms is now in effect. It was just a few weeks ago that General James Amos gave the green light to allow rolled sleeves when wearing desert …
The U.S. Marine Corps introduced its new tattoo policy Thursday, maintaining the ban on Marines inking their necks or donning full sleeves. The post Marine Corps Updated Tattoo Policy Keeps Ban on Sleeves, Neck Ink appeared first …