The United States Army is committed to implementing policies that promote inclusiveness among its soldiers by reviewing its standards of physical appearance to better reflect the ethnic diversity and feminization within its ranks, announced its military site.
On Wednesday, January 27, the United States Army website noted that the announcements made on January 26, 2021, will come into effect on February 25, 2021 and directly support the military’s “diversity and inclusion efforts”.
The Continental Observer reported that the military institution had revised army regulation 670-1 “Wearing and appearance of army uniforms and badges”.
It includes the authorization for transparent nail polish for male soldiers. The US military said they made this change because “inclusive policies promote the ability to recruit and retain the best talent”.
For female soldiers who are breastfeeding or pumping [the milk from their breasts] it allows for an optional undershirt, the absence of a minimum hair length, the authorization of earrings which however remain prohibited in theaters of intervention, braided hair or in a ponytail to allow feminine hairstyles adapted to all types of hair.
The revisions also remove potentially offensive language used to describe multiple hairstyles and replace them with “appropriate terminology” for unauthorized grooming and appearance standards.
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