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A week before releasing results of a study on retaining women in the Coast Guard, the service's top leaders said they will institute a policy to better support families during parental leave and are considering changing weight standards they say disproportionately affect women. Officials also said the service plans to study minority retention in order to grow — and keep — diversity in the ranks. It also is examining its tattoo restrictions, policies that prevent single parents from enlisting and physical standards based on body mass index that limit recruitment and retention. Read more about the changes on Military.com.