Gold Supporting Member
- Mar 23, 2009
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It's refreshing hearing a dose of truth within the profession of arms, too often we become PowerPointed to death and fail to see the big picture. I certainly agree with him on the tats, most of my soldiers do to because they also have sleeves.
The USMC cracked down on tats a few years ago.
Young gangbangers join the military and they have membership ink.
Recruits are examined for tats, those with drug, gang or obscene images are turned away. Recruits then have their bodies photographed while in gym/workout shorts. They are not allowed to add more ink later.
The military is still over-values uniformity.