This soldier’s tattoos don’t conform to the Army’s new regulations. Because he has “sleeves,” he probably couldn’t get a waiver if he was a potential recruit. But because he’s already in the Army, his tattoos were grandfathered in.
This soldier’s tattoos don’t conform to the Army’s new regulations. Because he has “sleeves,” he probably couldn’t get a waiver if he was a potential recruit. But because he’s already in the Army, his tattoos were grandfathered in. U.S. Army photo
This soldier’s tattoos don’t conform to the Army’s new regulations. Because he has “sleeves,” he probably couldn’t get a waiver if he was a potential recruit. But because he’s already in the Army, his tattoos were grandfathered in. U.S. Army photo

For some recruits, Army eases its hard line on tattoos

August 14, 2014 03:25 PM

UPDATED August 14, 2014 07:06 PM

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