Recently, Sergeant Major of the Army Raymond Chandler posted a message on Facebook saying that he and his staff will be changing Army grooming standards over the next few months, and asking internet denizens to "give me your thoughts on earrings for females in ACUs [Army combat uniforms], or if French-tipped fingernails should be allowed." Since then, there's also been discussion about making ponytails verboten, and Chandler told the Army Times, "I would assume there are going to be some changes.
Goodbye, tramp stamps. So long, cornrows. The Army is sick and tired of military bases just teeming with thugs and hoodrats. So they're looking to institute a major overhaul of the branch's grooming standards, including rules for at... Read Post
If you are active duty, reserve, or prior service, you know the number 670-1, which is the regulation covering wear of the uniform and personal grooming in the US Army.Now Sergeant Major of the Army Raymond Chandler (who is proving ... Read Post