Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by rainynights, Nov 6, 2019.
Nice switch up!
It used to be a saying that you could always tell a sailor by all his tatoos.
They can't. Being in the military isn't like a regular job. Both of my older sons are in the military, different branches, and they both literally signed their lives over to the military and to protect/defend our country for a specified amount of time.
Would you really want the military to give a little here and there for everyone's different circumstances? Wouldn't be a very good or reliable military then...
Good point! Why was 911 not called immediately by the neighbor?
Maybe for other branches but definitely not true at all for the Navy...hand and neck tattoos are all a-ok as are full sleeves.
Source: my husband is in the Navy and has all of the above
Maybe he and LE weren't on good terms.
This is all fine and good but the fact is that the tattoo in the supposed Facebook profile pic of BW does not at all match the tattoo the arrest warrant said she had. That's all this is about.....not whether or not the armed forces allow tattoos in general. We're getting way off topic.
I agree with all your questions and points, however.. I do not want to bash dad, at this point we are unaware of why he wasnt in Taylor's life or if he had tried to fight to see her. Ive been aware of several cases that the mother move to a different state and the father was given rights but he had to find the means to get her. He may have had prior history with the law as well as if he thought taylor was is great care and health may have been MIA from her life thinking it was to benefit her. Too many unknowns but at this point im trying to hold out dad wasn't evil too.
Cool story, bro...just trying to clear up the military misinformation in this thread...people need to learn to fact check before they post.
Where did the information about the tattoo for the arrest warrant come from?
If you already have a tattoo they can't ask you to remove it can they? So I think we can conclude tatoos being allowed is a moot point.
I would be surprised if she didn't have at least one. Lots of girls that age do.
please, it is certainly NOT against the rules to date each other. My husband's, all ex's btw, were all active duty military just like me. And after my divorces, I dated sailors in my work center even. Regulations are against fratinization with a much higher rank than you. I could date one up higher and one down lower than me and did with no issues. It's when I was dating a much higher rank, he was told it would be in his best interest to stop. I never was called on the carpet for it, because he was the higher ranking person. Having said that, it happened all the time, and also marriages between higher and lower all the time. The Navy didn't mind if you married the person!! They did mind the dating part IF one was a much higher rank...but shocker...It's happening all the time.
Good!! So no rankism. I like that.
Didn't the arrest warrant happen before she arrived at the hospital though?
Got my first tattoo in the Navy on my ankle. Only thing I had to back then was cover it for dress inspection. But everyone knew it was there on my ankle. This was early 80s. Not forbidden.
Maybe. I thought they were enroute, but I see your point. Don't know timing of preparing the documents.
But, that would be a quick way of identifying a person. Maybe on her Navy docs.
I was just wondering if there could be a discrepancy in the tattoos somehow.
JSO booking of her had the tattoo listed that she had.. As well as the arrest warrant that was linked in a news article earlier today.