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  1. 4 Ways to Improvise When Your Business Plan Goes Awry: Lessons from the MilitaryRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Home Business

    "There's a military adage that no plan survives contact with the enemy," said Constantine. "A similar rule holds true for business entrepreneurs.

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  2. Baker Motor Co. founder, wife make 'significant' contribution to The CitadelRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Post and Courier

    Tommy Baker, an alumnus of The Citadel, made a "significant" donation to the college Wednesday for the new business school that will carry the names of himself and his wife, Victoria. Grace Beahm/Staff The new business school at The Citadel will be named for Tommy Baker, founder of Baker Motor Co., and his wife Victoria after the couple made a "significant" contribution to his alma mater Wednesday.

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  3. Blast from the Past! Top Flite Giant Scale F4U Corsair with test flight videoRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Model Airplane News

    For the US Navy and Marine Corps aviators in the South Pacific during World War 2, the F4U Corsair was an impressive fighter that could get the job done! Though faster than the Grumman F6F Hellcat, it was to replace, the Corsair was more demanding to land on carriers. The fighter was also used by the USMC VMF-214 "Black Sheep" Squadron, commanded by Major "Pappy" Boyington and by the war's end, Corsair pilots had shot down 2,140 enemy aircraft and reported only 189 losses, for a final kill ratio of over 11:1.

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  4. Ingalls Shipbuilding authenticates keel for USS Frank E. Petersen Jr.Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | UPI

    During the event , Ingalls Shipbuilding welder Jeremy Lally welded the initials of D'Arcy Neller, the ship's sponsor, onto the keel plate of the vessel. The initials will remain on the plate for the remainder of the ship's lifetime.

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  5. Command Senior Enlisted Leader AssignmentsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | U.S. Department of Defense

    The Office of the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff announced today the following assignments: Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. Dennis M. Bradley, currently assigned as the sergeant major, 10th Marine Regiment, 2d Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, has been selected to replace Army Command Sgt.

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  6. Honoring greatnessRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Northeasttimes.com

    The local elite: The Oldtimers Bats and Balls Association held a luncheon on Feb. 8. The Phillie Phanatic entertained the crowd. Receiving Appreciation Awards were William Kelly, a supporter of the Marine Corps; Shannon Furfari, whose South Jersey gym offers cheerleading for girls with special needs; and Times editor Tom Waring.

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  7. Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs hosts tribute to African American veteransRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | RiverBender.com

    The Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs hosted a tribute to African American Veterans today at the James R. Thompson Center in Chicago. The ceremony honored all African American Veterans.

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  8. James Cresta, 50Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Wakefield Daily Item

    James Cresta, 50, of Worcester, formerly of Wakefield, passed away Thursday, February 16. He was born on July 22, 1966 and was the son of Jean Camerato and the late Vicenzo Cresta. James was a graduate of Wakefield Memorial High School Class of 1984.

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  9. Meggitt Training Systemsa Small Arms Trainer Certified as US Marine Corps Program of RecordRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Business Wire

    ... Systems recently completed the joint final inspection and final physical configuration audit for the US Marine Corps' next-generation, small-arms trainer. Completion of these tests confirms that Meggitt has met all program-of-record requirements set ...

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  10. Sean Hannity Trump's bold border plan will save lives, moneyRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Fox News

    The retired four-star U.S. Marine Corps general announced new guidelines to implement President Trump's agenda on immigration. They include prioritizing the removal of criminal aliens who have been convicted, charged or even suspected of committing crimes.

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  11. Kenneth J. Rosenburg, 78Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | IBerkshires

    Kenneth Joseph Rosenburg, 78, died on February 17, 2016, at the Vermont Veterans Home. He was born in Williamstown, Mass., on June 3, 1938, the son of Henry Francis and Josephine Denno Rosenburg.

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  12. Pettersen waives hearingRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Journal

    A Tuesday hearing for David A. Pettersen, a 65-year-old rural Madelia man facing a felony second-degree manslaughter charge, was cancelled. Pettersen's attorney, James F. Fleming of Monticello, filed a waiver of his client's Rule 8 hearing and asked for an omnibus hearing.

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  13. Iwo Jima, Feb. 19, 1945: A five-week bloodbathRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sedalia Democrat

    I was born into a wonderful family in the most wonderful country there ever was. So were thousands of other boys.

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  14. High-Explosive EffortRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 15 | U.S. Department of Defense

    Marines carry 155 mm high-explosive projectiles during a mission to support the 10th Marine's Regimental Firing Exercise 1-17 on Camp Lejeune, N.C., Feb. 16, 2017. The exercise aimed to increase mission capabilities and enhance operational readiness.

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  15. SAIC unveils amphibious prototypeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Post and Courier

    Science Applications International Corp. Tuesday, February 21, 2017, unveiled its first Amphibious Combat Vehicle 1.1 prototype to the U.S. Marine Corps during a ceremony held at the company's integration facility in Charleston, South Carolina. This vehicle is the first of 16 to be delivered for testing by the Marine Corps, which is scheduled to begin next month.

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  16. Defense contractor SAIC hopes the Marines' next amphibious vehicle will be made in HanahanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Post and Courier

    The SAIC Amphibious Combat Vehicle prototype is the first of 16 to be delivered for testing by the Marine Corps, which is scheduled to begin next month. Brad Nettles/Staff SAIC unveiled its first Amphibious Combat Vehicle to the U.S. Marine Corps during a ceremony in Hanahan.

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  17. SAIC unveils ACV 1.1 prototype for U.S. MarinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | UPI

    Science Applications International Corporation unveiled its first Amphibious Combat Vehicle 1.1 to the U.S. Marine Corps during a ceremony in Charleston, S.C. The Marine Corps is set to receive 16 of the vehicles, which are also being produced by BAE Systems. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in March.

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    Tuesday | The Washington Post

    President Trump listens as Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster talks Monday at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla., where Trump announced that McMaster will be the new national security adviser.

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  19. United States Marine Corps Pistols in Question?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | AmmoLand

    "Most of the USMC has been using the 9mm M9 Pistol for the last several decades, but Force Reconnaissance companies and some other special units, who have sufficient political autonomy to be able to get specific equipment, wanted to stick with the 1911 , and were ultimately able to get their way! However, new-production pistols were deemed necessary, because 1911 pistols in the existing inventory date from the 1930s. Most have been ' rebuilt ' so many times, they are little more than scrap metal! So, Colt won the contract to produce a new 1911 pistol in 45ACP for the USMC.

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  20. Phillip Herout, 91, who broke the color line as a Montford Point MarineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Philly.com

    Phillip Herout, 91, of Philadelphia, one of the first African Americans to break the color line in 1942 by enlisting in the famous Montford Point Marines, and who made his life's work the telling of their story, died Sunday, Feb. 12, of heart failure at Phoenixville Hospital. After President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order #8802 in June 1941, requiring the armed forces to recruit African Americans, black recruits came out in droves to join the Marines.

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