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The Air Force has approved longer hair for male and female airmen
In a new update to dress and appearance standards, the U.S. Air Force is allowing its airmen to grow their hair out a little longer
Here’s a bunch of photos from World War II that prove regulation haircuts don’t win wars
I never imagined I'd have to write this out, but here it goes: "Winning World War II had nothing to do with haircut regulations."
Top general cites 1945 Battle of Iwo Jima as reason Marines need to get haircuts during a pandemic
Haircuts are part of the military discipline that allowed the Marines to defeat the Japanese at Iwo Jima, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said.
Air Force allows commanders to relax hair and fitness standards in response to COVID-19
The Air Force is letting commanders deviate from grooming and fitness standards in response to COVID-19, though shaving standards will remain in place.
The Navy Is Finally Giving Female Sailors A Chance To Let Their Hair Down
Editor’s Note: This article by Gina Harkins originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and veteran community. Female … Continued
Navy Vet Who Claimed He Was Stabbed ‘For Looking Like A Neo-Nazi’ Actually Stabbed Himself
The viral story of a Navy veteran who claimed he was stabbed for having a “fashy” side-fade haircut resembling the … Continued
6 Marine Corps ‘Rules’ That Are Not Actually Regulations
"They're not *actually* regulations, sergeant major."