Software design firm Chaotic Moon has a prototype biometric tattoo it believes is perfectly suited for gathering and relaying health information on soldier’s condition in a battle zone. The tattoo could also be used to relay information about a soldier The inside track on Washington politics. Be the first to know about new stories from PowerPost. Sign up to follow, and we’ll e-mail you free updates as they’re published. You’ll receive free e-mail news updates each time a new story is published. “It was a good day,” Mr. Brewer said. The military tattoo has a deep history, with reports going back at least to the Roman legions, historians say. Images of adventure or battle — if not a haunting beauty from the frontiers of Gaul — could be The tour starts with visits to Edinburgh Castle and the Palace at Holyrood House. Two departures in August include reserved seating at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. In Wales, Caernarfon Castle and Snowdonia National Park will be visited. In London Many members of our armed forces commemorate their service with tattoos. Often they incorporate symbols of their branch of service and other patriotic imagery Some veterans get tattoos to remember their unit that they served with, and to honor fallen He got a tattoo. It would not be the only one. After tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Mount Laurel resident got several other symbols of his military service, including one emblazoned on his left rib cage to memorialize the death of two fellow .
CHERRY HILL, N.J. – (AP) — Andrew Einstein did what a lot of leathernecks do immediately after surviving Marine boot camp. He got a tattoo. It would not be the only one. After tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Mount Laurel resident got several Tattoos have long been a part of military culture Today’s tattooed Soldiers tend to get skin art in four themes – Pride in Service, Patriotism, Job/Unit Pride, and Memorials CONTINGENCY OPERATING BASE SPEICHER, Iraq — Tattoos and the military have a long It started like a modern day fairy tale. Love at first sight, set in a bar. “I was hooked from the moment he smiled at me,” said Amber Martini. Amber says their love was “all consuming.” She married her husband, Ralph, just months after they met. Fees: $4, adults; $3, seniors/students; $2, children; $10, families; veterans, active-duty military personnel and families are free. A service-related tattoo was not always a personal choice, said Jeff Davis, a Vancouver military historian. At one point .
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