The United States Navy has released a statement saying they are reviewing the actions of service members who choose to honor a visit from President Trump with custom patches.
During his trip to Japan, Trump visited Navy vessel the USS Wasp. In a lighthearted jest, numerous crewman wore patches that made a play on the president’s famous campaign slogan.
“Make Aircrews Great Again” the uniform patches declared featuring an image of Trump.
But now the Navy has had to release a statement saying that the issue is being reviewed by Navy leadership to make sure the patches did not violate policy or regulations.
While the military has dress code regulations against partisan political acts while in uniform, does merely endorsing the president constitute as an action?