Chief Warrant Officer Richard Sambenedetto shows off his 'Shipmate' tattoo in his office at Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay in Philadelphia, Monday, Nov. 2, 2015 (U.S. Coast Guard/Chief Petty Officer Nick Ameen)

The U.S. Coast Guard is keeping up with the times with its latest policy update that addresses tattoos.

The update allows some tattoos to show while in uniform that were previously not allowed.

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Army Sgt. Maj. Dan Dailey with Soldier models wearing the proposed Pink & Green uniform. Photo: SFC Ron Lee/U.S. Army

A few lucky soldiers could get their hands on — or rather, in — the Army's new everyday uniform this month.

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Maybe we should just call him Prince Hairy?

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The Air Force’s top enlisted triggered a selfie backlash on March 26th. His offense? He wore a prototype of a new uniform that very few airmen are authorized yet to wear, a move that many felt was “rubbing it in.”

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U.S. Army photo via Twitter

For months, rumors about the return of the Army’s iconic “pinks and greens” service uniform have percolated through the Private News Network and bubbled up in military news outlets. Then on Dec. 9, Sgt. Maj. of the Army Dan Dailey sported the prototype duds at the annual Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia. And man, does he like ’em.

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Screengrab via Banana Republic

Easily one of the most iconic uniform items in the military, the Marine Corps’ dress blue jacket is the recipient of a rich, if oft-embellished, history. But now the two centuries-old standby is getting a $200 upgrade... and prime real estate on mannequins and coat racks at a major retailer.

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