You can get a waiver or you may not need one provided that the tattoo is not offensive in any way. Tattoos on the neck above your collar when you wear a regulation shirt if, it can be seen is disqualifying. Tattoos anywhere that are racist, sexist, or offensive in any way are disqualifying.
Likewise, people ask, what military branch allows tattoos?
The Navy just approved the military's best tattoo rules
- The Navy is easing its tattoo policy in a bid to recruit and retain more sailors from the millennial generation, of whom more than 1 in 3 sport body art.
- Sailors will be allowed to have neck tattoos, sleeves and even markings behind their ears under the new policy, the most lenient of any military service.
Also, are you allowed hand tattoos in the army?
It says tattoos are now allowed on hands and the back of the neck, but not on the face or any neck areas that could be visible on passport photos. Army regulations had limited tattoos to those that are covered by a shirt - ie below the collar and above the cuff.
At what age will the military not accept you?
Across the United States Armed Forces, the maximum age for enlistment for someone who has never served in the military before depends on the branch. For the Army, the maximum age is 35. For the Navy, age waivers start at 34-years-old. For the Air Force, the maximum age allowed to join is 39-years-old.
Will the Marines let you in with tattoos?
Marines are prohibited from getting tattoos on the head, neck, inside the mouth, wrists, knees, elbows and hands with the exception of a single band tattoo of no more than three-eighths of an inch in width on one finger.