The shattered dreams of Cory Davidson are again fuelled up with Indianapolis Army changing its old policy of not allowing tattooed recruits into the service. He was rejected due to his neck tattoo, a two inch Japanese character that meant ‘brothers’, which he got erased when the ban was in force. Still he was not allowed to join owing to the still visible marks of the laser cover-up on which he spend $1,000 and many painful sessions just to feed his passion for joining the services.
Army opens gates for Tattooed recruit
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