Sometimes a story is pretty uneventful, but one line makes me laugh out loud. This is one of those cases:
The U.S. Army, which missed its recruiting goal last year, has relaxed its policy banning certain types of tattoos in a bid to attract new soldiers who otherwise would have been barred from serving.
The Army will now allow new recruits and all its current soldiers to have tattoos on their hands and back of their necks as long as they are not “extremist, indecent, sexist or racist,” Army officials said on Wednesday.
The Army said it continues to prohibit tattoos anywhere on the head, face or throat area.
But it will allow women recruits and soldiers to sport “permanent makeup” in the form of indelible eye-liner, eyebrows and lip makeup. The Army said this permanent makeup “should be conservative and complement the uniform and complexion in both style and color, and will not be trendy.”
The Army- It’s Not Just a Job, It’s a Fashion Adventure!