The US Air Force has updated its dress code policy to outline a clear approval p…


The US Air Force has updated its dress code policy to outline a clear approval process for Sikhs and Muslims who want to serve while wearing their articles of faith.
Under the new guidelines, which were finalized last week, Sikhs and Muslims can seek a religious accommodation to wear turbans, beards, unshorn hair and hijabs, and expect to be approved as long as their appearance is “neat and conservative,” except under extremely limited circumstances. Previously, religious accommodations were granted on a case-by-case basis, but the approval process could be lengthy. (📸:Airman 1st class Briana Cespedes/US Air Force)



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  1. Military units have worn different outfits for ions – since the beginning of time. Even American military units in the same branches wear different outfits. Whether brown shoes or black, white hats or black, ball caps or berets. Unless they are in a parade, what they wear on their heads is unimportant. The important thing is the oath they take is to the constitution.

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