HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - It will be harder to 'be all you can be' if the Army adopts a new tattoo policy. The policy -- which is still being discussed -- would be the strictest of all the military branches.
"Right now the only policy is, no tattoos above the neckline, anywhere else is eligible for review," says Captain Victor Somnuk of the Honolulu Army Recruiting Company.
HR 670-1 would disqualify recruits with body art on the lower arms and lower legs.
Anyone already in the Army would be 'grand fathered in'.