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Of all the things I'd get disqualified for I thought this would be the unlikeliest. The t-shirt would cover it up (I'm assuming), and its a part of the uniform just like shoe strings on coraframs or shirt-stays on shirts. That may be a possibility but they were talking about how it was on the collar bone and how my recruiter's boss had someone come in earlier with the same problem except his was much smaller. I got them all on my chest so they wouldn't be seen on my arms.much for that.
Thank you all for the time out of your day to discuss my current dilemma.
Have you read the most recent tattoo policy beforer trying?
They may consider your collar bone a part of the neck which DQ's you. Google the Marine Corps Tattoo Policy and read up on it, I know that it's based off of our short sleeve khaki shirt, but am unsure if it includes undershirt with it.
Your opinion on what's best for Marines TODAY holds little value, just like if I went on a rant about how nasty Marines used to look in uniform a couple decades ago..means absolutely nothing. Leadership traits have been with the Marine Corps for a long time.
The system and technology aren't the only things that are different. After being out of the loop for 40 years my opinion on what's best for Marines currently serving will no longer matter, because I will not share anything with them other than a title.However my question is whether not this tattoo could be waivered in the future so I may once get to enlist in the USMC ssgt Morgan's boss tried directing me over to Army and the other branches but I'd much rather wait til the new policy lightens up (if that's actually possible.) I read this entire thread, and saw the tat in your photo.