Military Tattoo Policy Change

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Military Tattoo Policy Change. All others will require a waiver for entrance. Commanding officers in the marine corps look for recruits with no tattoos on the scalp, neck, or face.

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In 2020, the navy changed its rules to allow one neck tattoo as long as it’s not more than one inch in any direction, as well as allowing arm and leg tattoos without any size or amount restrictions. Current airmen with existing hand tattoos that were authorized under the previous policy will be grandfathered in under the old policy standards. According to the new policy, airmen may sport tattoos on their chests, backs, arms, legs, or feet.

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Sergeant major of the army dan dailey said the changes the tattoo policy stems from input from soldiers. The air force on tuesday announced it will no longer limit the size of airmen's body tattoos, in a significant shift that opens up the door to popular. A tattoo should be no larger than your open hand. According to the new policy, airmen may sport tattoos on their chests, backs, arms, legs, or feet.