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Florence Nightingale Nursing Award For Maj Gen Shashi Bala

Maj Gen (Mrs) Shashi Bala of Armys Nursing Services is to be felicitated by the prestigious Florence Nightingale award for nursing services by the President, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam on Saturday. Maj Gen (Mrs) Shahi Bala is presently the Additional Director General of Military Nursing Services (...

Former Navy Surgeon General Is Among Three New Accomplished TriWest Advisory Board Members

...s T. Sears, M.D., USN (Ret.) -- Co-Vice Chairman maj Gen James 'Jerry' Sanders, M.D., USAF (Ret.) -- ...., USA (Ret.) -- MG Nancy Adams, USA (Ret.) -- maj Gen George Anderson, M.D., USAF (Ret.) -- VADM Donald Arthur, USN (Ret.) -- maj Gen Fred Fiedler, USAF (Ret.) -- BG James Hasti...

TriWest Executive Advisory Board Marks Its Fifth Year

...es T. Sears, M.D., USN (Ret.) -- Co-Vice Chairman maj Gen James 'Jerry' Sanders, M.D., USAF (Ret.) -- C....O., USA (Ret.) -- MG Nancy Adams, USA (Ret.) -- maj Gen George Anderson, M.D., USAF (Ret.) -- Marcia ...RICARE Management Activity Deputy Director -- maj Gen Fred Fiedler, USAF (Ret.) -- BG James Hasting...

Best Armed Forces Hospital Trophy Goes to Northern Command Hospital

...s Trophy for the Best Run Command Hospital under Armed Forces for the year 2006 to Command Hospital (Northern Command), Udhampur in New Delhi, today. maj Gen Naresh Kumar, Commandant of the hospital received the trophy and a cash award of Rs 2 lakhs. Speaking on the occasion, the Defence Ministe...

Armed Forces Officers And Other Dignitaries Pledge Organs For Donation

...list who has vast experience of organ transplantation. Very recently maj Vipin Chaudhary took the noble step of agreeing to donate the organs of his...d served as an inspiration to others. To acknowledge the noble deed done by maj Chaudhary, he was felicitated during the ceremony. On this occasion ...

India Begins Trial of Oral Vaccine for Stray Dogs

...cooperating in the WHO recommended Animal Birth Control programme. "One of the major problems in rabies control is immunization of strays," says maj Gen (retd) R.M. Kharb, the new chairman of AWBI. Indians do not have the expertise to catch animals, nor the infrastructure to house them. ...

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