Lots of soldiers have tattoos, but the army has instituted some new, pretty strict rules regarding tattoos for anyone in active service.
The new regulations state there can be no ink above the neckline, below the elbows, or below the knees. With the change, the Army will have the strictest tattoo policy of the four branches of the military.
Existing tats will be grandfathered in, but soldiers will have to "self-identify" their existing tattoos and pay to remove any deemed to be racist, sexist or otherwise offensive.
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