tattoos

#1
helloo everyone im planning on getting 2 tatttoos one on my higher back and one on my pectoral ( high chest) does anyone know of this will implicate in the army i mean i done selection and therefore sent off the med form as blank for tattoos but are tattoos allowed in those places?

cheers
 
#2
pvtmccheyne said:
helloo everyone im planning on getting 2 tatttoos one on my higher back and one on my pectoral ( high chest) does anyone know of this will implicate in the army i mean i done selection and therefore sent off the med form as blank for tattoos but are tattoos allowed in those places?

cheers
Depends if it says "The RSM is a Cunt!"
 
#6
I can't see there being a problem with tat's that are out of sight in short sleve's. :D


But ENGLAND ffs! :x
 
#10
There shoudn't be an issue, but if you have stated on your Med Forms that you are 'blemish free' then I would suggest that you just make mention of the fact of your new distinguishing marks when you report for duty.
 
#11
PlasticMatron said:
There shoudn't be an issue, but if you have stated on your Med Forms that you are 'blemish free' then I would suggest that you just make mention of the fact of your new distinguishing marks when you report for duty.
I never mentioned any of my tattoos, or piercings, during my time. I also don't know anyone that has. Waste of time if you ask me.
 
#13
smudge67 said:
PlasticMatron said:
There shoudn't be an issue, but if you have stated on your Med Forms that you are 'blemish free' then I would suggest that you just make mention of the fact of your new distinguishing marks when you report for duty.
I never mentioned any of my tattoos, or piercings, during my time. I also don't know anyone that has. Waste of time if you ask me.
Totally agree with you in a case of someone that's already serving - I have had a few additions myself over the years, but as he is enlisting and has already made a declaration on the Med Docs it would be better to be safe than sorry and start off on the right foot.
 
#14
pvtmccheyne said:
no just a tribal on my back and 2 stars on my chest if england win the world cup!
A rather sh1te unimaginative choice of tats, however, if its not on the hands or on the neck or face and not offensive then it wont be an issue. But tribal? tattoos for people with no imagination.
 
#15
PlasticMatron said:
smudge67 said:
PlasticMatron said:
There shoudn't be an issue, but if you have stated on your Med Forms that you are 'blemish free' then I would suggest that you just make mention of the fact of your new distinguishing marks when you report for duty.
I never mentioned any of my tattoos, or piercings, during my time. I also don't know anyone that has. Waste of time if you ask me.
Totally agree with you in a case of someone that's already serving - I have had a few additions myself over the years, but as he is enlisting and has already made a declaration on the Med Docs it would be better to be safe than sorry and start off on the right foot.
What tatoo should he have on his right foot then?
 
#16
NogBad_the_Bad said:
PlasticMatron said:
smudge67 said:
PlasticMatron said:
There shoudn't be an issue, but if you have stated on your Med Forms that you are 'blemish free' then I would suggest that you just make mention of the fact of your new distinguishing marks when you report for duty.
I never mentioned any of my tattoos, or piercings, during my time. I also don't know anyone that has. Waste of time if you ask me.
Totally agree with you in a case of someone that's already serving - I have had a few additions myself over the years, but as he is enlisting and has already made a declaration on the Med Docs it would be better to be safe than sorry and start off on the right foot.
What tatoo should he have on his right foot then?
A big letter 'R' and a big letter 'L' on the left............ :D
 
#17
PlasticMatron said:
NogBad_the_Bad said:
PlasticMatron said:
smudge67 said:
PlasticMatron said:
There shoudn't be an issue, but if you have stated on your Med Forms that you are 'blemish free' then I would suggest that you just make mention of the fact of your new distinguishing marks when you report for duty.
I never mentioned any of my tattoos, or piercings, during my time. I also don't know anyone that has. Waste of time if you ask me.
Totally agree with you in a case of someone that's already serving - I have had a few additions myself over the years, but as he is enlisting and has already made a declaration on the Med Docs it would be better to be safe than sorry and start off on the right foot.
What tatoo should he have on his right foot then?
A big letter 'R' and a big letter 'L' on the left............ :D
that would actually be quite funny. hmmm
 
#19
I have extensively covered myself, creeping into places where I'm not really allowed them, nothing has ever been said, presumably because they are already there, and only the RSM has made a comment, and he's onlt moaned about subject matter.
 
#20
Tatoo policy is a load of bollox realy. Never known anyone to get a hard on about them. As long as you dont get "**** all Muslims" on your forehead u'll be fine.
 

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