As the Air Force widens its base of people to choose from, it’s also trying to make itself more appealing.

Those who admit to listening to a little too much Bob Marley may still have a chance to join the Air Force, after the service recently made some of its recruiting policy more lax.

Smoking the reefer before trying to join the Air Force is no longer considered a disqualifying criterion for service, stated a new policy released Jan. 9 by the service.

The new exception joins a more relaxed tattoo policy and medical accession standards for certain diseases.

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Scott Maucione ~ FederalNewsRadio.com ~

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