Marines can go back to rolling their sleeves after a three-year ban on the practice following an announcement this week by Marine Corps headquarters.
Marines had rolled the sleeves of their desert camouflage utilities in non-combat areas up until October 2011 when Marine Commandant Gen. James Amos ordered sleeves down year-round. The change will go into effect on March 9 when the Marine Corps switches to the tan desert uniform.
When Amos first announced the ban in 2011, he received quite a bit of push back from unhappy Marines. We're wondering what you think about the decision now to reverse the order and allow Marines to bare their arms in the warm weather months.