Have A Sleeve Of Tattoos? The US Navy Still Wants You
The U.S. Navy announced it's loosening its current tattoo policy to allow more ink on a person's arms, legs and neck.By Katherine Biek | April 1, 2016
In an effort to recruit more people, the U.S. Navy just eased up on its tattoo restrictions.
It announced Thursday that sailors will be now be allowed to have tattoos below their elbows and knees and one on their neck. The single neck tattoo cannot be larger than one inch, but the size of the others are no longer restricted.
Sailors who have sleeve tattoos will also be eligible for recruiting and training positions.