The Army’s restrictions on tattoos are being relaxed. Recruits now can apply for a waiver. This soldier’s tattoos don’t conform to the Army’s new regulation, but because he already is in the Army, his tattoos are grandfathered in.
The Army’s restrictions on tattoos are being relaxed. Recruits now can apply for a waiver. This soldier’s tattoos don’t conform to the Army’s new regulation, but because he already is in the Army, his tattoos are grandfathered in. U.S. Army photo
The Army’s restrictions on tattoos are being relaxed. Recruits now can apply for a waiver. This soldier’s tattoos don’t conform to the Army’s new regulation, but because he already is in the Army, his tattoos are grandfathered in. U.S. Army photo

Army is flexible on tattoos

August 15, 2014 05:37 PM

UPDATED August 15, 2014 05:49 PM

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