Author Toni Rico

Fort Irwin’s crackdown on off-duty dress is the top story this week. The dress code applies to family members, too, and a few spouses are not too happy. But while some are upset by the post’s ban on saggy pants, do-rags, sexy clothes and vulgar T-shirts, others are embracing the new policy and calling for dress codes on posts Army-wide. What do Army leaders have to say? And what about family members who have to follow the dress codes, too? Also, an Army lieutenant colonel thinks he has the answer to fix the Army: ‘Purge the generals.’ Lt. Col. Daniel…

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