Army Capt. Simratpal Singh won an administrative exception to the Army’s no-beards policy. Bay Area resident Harpal Singh also won an accommodation to keep his hair and beard and reported for duty Monday.
Army Capt. Simratpal Singh won an administrative exception to the Army’s no-beards policy. Bay Area resident Harpal Singh also won an accommodation to keep his hair and beard and reported for duty Monday. Jovelle Tamayo Sikh Coalition via AP
Army Capt. Simratpal Singh won an administrative exception to the Army’s no-beards policy. Bay Area resident Harpal Singh also won an accommodation to keep his hair and beard and reported for duty Monday. Jovelle Tamayo Sikh Coalition via AP

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