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Wall Street Journal
Veteran Goes From the Military to Business School
Former military leaders are also in demand on the job market. Thanks to the strong ties they forged in the service, those considering M.B.A. degrees tend to flock to institutions with robust veteran communities.
The Daily News Leader
Paul K. Harnad
He was born Sept. 23, 1935, in Marblehead, Ohio, son of the late Michael and Lena Harnad.
Navy Looks to Vets for Alt Energy Future
Veterans might be the next tool in the U.S. Navy's quest to find alternative energy.
On Midrats 24 Nov 13 - Episode 203: Bob Work and Global Maritime Power
Please join us at 5 pm on 24 Nov 13 for Midrats Episode 203: Bob Work and Global Maritime Power : When one hangs up the uniform after decades of service, but still wants to contribute to their nations national security needs, what paths can that take? How does one find a path forward, and what are the keys to success? In a budgetary challenge not ... (more)
Warrior power: ONR, veterans plugged in on alternative energy
ARLINGTON, Va.- An innovative Office of Naval Research program is looking to Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard veterans for the cutting edge in alternative energy-and is highlighted this week in a new video released during the Navy's Warrior Care Month.
NSWC Dahlgren Division Holds Change of Command
Capt. Brian Durant, right, assumes command of Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division from outgoing Capt.