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Jan 24, 2010 · The Armed Forces have a policy on Tattoos and Body Piercing as follows: a. Tattoos. Any tattoo(s) which is/are offensive or obscene will be a bar to entry or re-entry. Additionally tattoos should not be visible on the head and neck. Furthermore any tattoo(s) excessive in size or number may be a bar to entry or re-entry.…

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May 13, 2010 · The main concern that you should have is that, though you may have further tatoos (aka tatoo's in some circles) whilst serving in the Royal Navy, if you do then transgress the regulations currently in force, despite the wishy-washy lefty new Armed Forces Act, the Royal Naval Articles of War are still in force for some matters, and depending on circumstances you could actually face the death ...…

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Mar 31, 2016 · The tattoo policy change was made to reflect tattoo realities in the nation our military serves. The Navy does not want to miss opportunities to bring in talented men and women willing to serve. 2. Neck and sleeve tattoos are allowed. Tattoos are becoming increasingly popular to those currently serving and among those the Navy draws its ...…

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Navy tattoo policy update, and NWU Type II and III coyote brown command ball cap, Navy command ball cap policy. NAVADMIN 236/15. New designation of the male officer/chief petty officer combination cover and enlisted white hat, female handbag policy, ...…