Airmen can now get tatted up under new Air Force policy
from Stars and Stripes via Task & Purpose
The Air Force hopes the change will slow hemorrhaging of recruits to other services who sought more relaxed tattoo policies. The Air Force made significant revisions to its tattoo and medical exemption policy for new recruits, aligning its rules closer to other branches of service, the Air Force said Jan. 17. “We are opening the aperture on certain medical accession criteria and tattoos while taking into account our needs for worldwide deployability and our commitment to the profession of arms,” Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James said in a statement.
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