Sikh soldiers Serve in U.S. Army again in 26 years
To serve in the U.S. armed forces for the first time in 26 years enrolled citizen of Sikh religion, according to Military Times.
Private Simran Lamba received the title after receiving basic military training in the training in Fort Jackson in South Carolina. This happened several hours later after receiving U.S. citizenship.
Special order for Lambe, he is not allowed to get a haircut and wear a turban on his head. Previously, stringent rules of the American army did not actually allow Sikhs who for religious reasons not cut all his life, to serve in the armed forces.
In recent years in the U.S. armed forces worked two Sikhs medics, but they were doctors without military ranks.
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