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Aaron Perlut, who has preferred to be called Dr. Perlut since bestowing upon himself a Ph. As chairman of the American Mustache Institute , a group he founded in , Perlut campaigns against anti-mustache discrimination across the land--he's saved jobs from threatening employers and high school careers from anti-mustache deans--and generally tries to revive the 'stache as a prominent element of American male fashion. He seems willing to go to any length to preserve and advance what he calls the Mustached American lifestyle. Skip to content Site Navigation The Atlantic.

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Sailors looking back fondly on those hirsute days of yesteryear when they could grow beards without the chief going ballistic have been given the dimmest ray of hope by the Navy 's top admiral. Mike Gilday said Tuesday of a possible change to the service's no-beards policy, before adding a cautionary note: Beards can kill. And can they wear gas masks that are going to seal properly? In October , shortly after he became CNO, the Navy stopped issuing "no-shave chits," a form of waiver that let sailors grow beards up to a quarter-inch long if shaving irritated their skin and left "razor bumps.
Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Leo Katsareas can, for the first time in his Navy career, wear a beard consistent with his religious beliefs while in uniform -- at least for now. The Navy's personnel chief granted Katsareas, a Muslim sailor, a special grooming accommodation to grow his facial hair up to 4 inches long. Katsareas, who converted to Islam at age 16, believes his faith requires him to wear a fist-length beard. Getting the waiver wasn't easy, though, and it applies only to Katsareas' current assignment as an auxiliary security force member with the aircraft carrier George Washington.