Making a buzz right now: these memorial bracelets.
You've seen them on the wrists of many people -- from service members to President Obama.
KIA, or killed in action bracelets, are meant to honor military members who've died serving our country.
But, according to the Washington Post: some Marine Corps commanders have been ordering Marines to remove theirs.
The reason: The Marine Corps Uniform Regulations specifically prohibits the wearing of most jewelry.
A lot of Marines are outraged saying: the bracelets help them deal with loss -- and in many cases, the sale of these K-I-A bracelets benefits family members of fallen service members.
The Marine Corps Uniform Board is currently reviewing the issue, according to The Washington Post .
So, what is your take?
Should the bracelets stay or should they go?
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