From Military Police to Medical Corpsmen, Gina Elise's Pin-Ups are continued proof that military veterans aren't just men with high-and-tight haircuts. Pin-Ups for Vets is a non-profit organization that supports hospitalized and deployed veterans and military families. Founded by Gina Elise , who describes herself accurately as a very patriotic citizen, the organization is comprised of volunteers — many of them veterans — who visit service members at their bedside in VA and military hospitals; attend military events; and help raise funds for hospital equipment, gold star families, and deployed vets. They embody service after service — and they're changing the perspective about women in the military.
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Editor's note: The accuser has admitted she lied about the attack and cut her own hair. Read the updated story here. Three sixth-grade boys at a Christian school in Northern Virginia pinned down a black classmate and cut off some of her dreadlocks while telling her her hair was "nappy" and "ugly," she told News4. Twelve-year-old Amari Allen said the three boys, who she said are white, cut off her hair on Monday. Though Karen Pence works at the school, the Allens said they did not see any connection between her and the attack. Head of School Stephen Danish said administrators were "deeply disturbed by the allegations. Fairfax County Police confirmed Friday they are "actively investigating.
Here are Virginia's rules on abortion -- how do they compare to other states?
The Alabama Legislature has given final approval to the nation's most restrictive abortion law in the country, a measure that makes performing abortion at any stage of pregnancy a felony, with a possible penalty of life in prison for the mother or doctor performing the procedure. The U. Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade in determined women have the constitutional right to access to abortion, but as we've noticed recently, most states have set limitations, some more strict than others.
Backed with "The Numberer", an instrumental composed by Andy Mackay , as a single the song became a Top 10 hit in the UK , peaking at number four. The song was not included on the band's original UK debut album, Roxy Music , having not even been recorded when the album was released. After the success of the album in the UK, it was included on later re-issues. In , it was re-released as a single, together with " Pyjamarama ", originally the second Roxy Music single, to promote the Greatest Hits album, and reached number It begins with a deceptively quiet introduction, followed by an instant increase of volume as soon as the vocals come in on the first verse.