Army will allow tattoos on formerly forbidden body spots

The Army says it will allow soldiers to sport tattoos on formerly forbidden body spots — the hands and the back of the neck. About 28 percent of Americans under 25 say they have tattoos. Of those aged 25 to 34, the percentage is about 30 percent. Young adults are 10 times more likely to sport permanent skin illustrations than are members of their parents’ generation. [Thanks, Jeff] Previous posts on “tattoos.”

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