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This is NOT my army: extreme political correctness about to hit US Army appearance standards

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 himself to an utter idiot) is leading the charge to modify the Army's appearance standards and make violations not an infraction against regulations, but a violation of the US Code of Military Justice.
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