United States Marine Corps
The United States Marine Corps (USMC), also known as the United States Marines, is a branch of the U.S. Armed Forces responsible for expeditionary and amphibious operations with the U.S. Navy, the Army and the Air Force. The U.S. Marine Corps is one of the eight uniformed services in the United States. In most conflicts, the Marine Corps plays an important role as the first force on the ground. The U.S. Marine Corps operates installations on both land and sea amphibious warships around the world. Today, the Marine Corps is stationed all over the world, ready to deploy quickly whenever needed.
Military life means living under a new set of rules and regulations. As a Marine, you need to abide by many regulations on appearance, accessories, etc. For example, the hair below the hairline on the back and sides of the male Marines must be shaved clean, and the hair should not exceed three inches in length; Sunglasses may be worn on leave, liberty, and in garrison, but they cannot be worn information unless specified by the commander or certified medical institution. Sunglasses need to be conservative and unadorned in appearance.
Can Marines Wear Rings?
Many people may be curious that can Marines wear rings or other jewelry?
- Rings. An inconspicuous ring can be worn when wearing uniforms. Except for wedding rings and engagement rings (when worn on the same finger, they will be regarded as one ring), only one ring per hand is allowed and should be worn near the base of the finger. No ring can be worn on the thumb.
- Necklaces. Necklaces can be worn, but they should not be exposed when wearing uniforms.
- Earrings. Male Marines are not authorized to wear earrings. Female marines are allowed to wear one earring per ear when wearing civilian clothes and military uniforms.
- Tooth ornaments. It is forbidden to use gold or platinum caps (permanent or removable) as ornaments. Whether it is natural teeth, tooth caps or inlays, they will not be decorated with patterns, jewelry, initials, etc. Unnatural reshaping of teeth for non-medical reasons is prohibited.
The Marine Corps ring is a jewelry that shows the spirit of patriotism. It is made to pay tribute to the Marines who dedicated and sacrificed for the country.
The Eagle, Globe, and Anchor is the official emblem and insignia of the United States Marine Corps. It is commonly referred to as an EGA. This ring is made of stainless steel with the theme pattern of the eagle, globe, and anchor that creates a look that is both elegant and rugged, making it great for the United States Marine Corps fans.
Made of solid stainless steel, this stunning piece is set with a large cubic Zirconia stone. The letters UNITED STATES ARMY are engraved around the cubic Zirconia. The side of the ring is the eagle on the national emblem of the United States, which represents the United States. This ring has an extremely distinct design and is sure to grab attention.
This is a hot ring in our marine series. It is made of high-quality stainless steel with a unique shape and exquisite workmanship. In the oxidation process, the ring is both retro and fashionable. On the front is a sailing ship, on the side is an octopus waving tentacles, the tentacles extend from the side to the front, exquisite and beautiful.
The lighthouse is the direction of the ship sailing at night. Lighthouses mark dangerous coastlines, hazardous shoals, reefs, rocks, and safe entries to harbors. It is a vintage ring based on the lighthouse and hourglass, with detailed carvings. The hourglass represents the passage of time. Time and direction are important for navigation. This ring has an extremely distinct design and is sure to grab attention.