Two years ago, Army Private Shamika Burrage almost died when she was ejected from her car during a crash in Texas. Afterwards, when she woke up in the hospital, her entire left ear was gone. But the nowyear-old is on the path to recovery. And due to a procedure hailed as the "first of its kind" in the Army, an ear was reconstructed and "grown" under the skin of her right forearm, according to the Army. The Army said Pte Burrage recovered her hearing and that the operation was a success, according to a statement.
After receiving his D. After retiring from 31 years of active duty, Dr. Hirota has joined Cascade Eye and Skin Centers. He specializes in medical and surgical dermatology care. Hirota is a trained classical guitarist, and plays 6- and string guitars as well. He is trying to learn to play mandolin, and gave up trying to learn 5-string banjo and plays a string banjo instead. Kim received her undergraduate degree in biology from M.
But by age 18, the Cincinnati native had fallen in love with the art of cosmetics, though she chose a different route after high school. I wanted to make him proud. I wanted to inspire people to express themselves through makeup. Encouraged by her husband, Ivan, a sergeant she met at Fort Riley in and wed six months later, Rosales started watching makeup tutorials online to perfect her craft. If you can do it, I can do it.
Six soldiers have been disciplined after racially abusing a black female soldier who has been the face of British Army Equality and Diversity campaigns. The Royal Artillery troops have been given formal warnings after posting offensive remarks about Corporal Kerry-Ann Morris on social media. In a Facebook discussion over recent weeks, the six soldiers from Colenso Battery accused the year-old of using her skin colour to secure promotions and of branding white colleagues as racists in a bid to sabotage their careers. The Royal Artillery troops have been given formal warnings after posting offensive remarks about Corporal Kerry-Ann Morris pictured on social media. The troops faced being kicked out of the Army but were only reprimanded after Cpl Morris intervened on their behalf and persuaded senior officers to soften their approach.