U.S. Navy

Booz Allen Campaign Empowers Sailors to “Keep What You’ve Earned”

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Sailors in the U.S. Navy face serious financial and career consequences if they’re caught driving under the influence. A chief who’s served 14 years, whose rank is reduced to first class due to a DUI, could lose $527 a week in base pay alone1. Yet long-standing messages about alcohol abuse weren’t resonating, given an entrenched drinking culture.

Whirlpool Honors Veterans During Morning Ceremony

By Clinton Randall
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GREENVILLE – Recognizing the sacrifices made by so many on this Veterans Day, the Whirlpool Corporation honored their veterans with a raising of the flag ceremony Friday morning at the plant in Greenville.

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Tetra Tech Supports the U.S. Navy on Multi-Award-Winning Remediation Project

Providing the U.S. Navy Region Southwest with an innovative, sustainable vapor intrusion remediation system at Naval Base Point Loma in California
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The U.S. Navy Region Southwest received the prestigious FY 2016 Chief of Naval Operations Environmental Award for the Environmental Restoration, Installation category for the design-build of remediation systems for volatile organic compound (VOC)-contaminated groundwater, soil gas, and indoor air at Naval Base Point Loma in California. Tetra Tech is proud to have contributed to the success of this project and to have supported the Navy in protecting human health and the environment.

GM and U.S. Navy Collaborating on Fuel Cell-Powered Underwater Unmanned Vehicles

Hydrogen fuel cell technology could augment ships and subs on patrol
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WASHINGTON, D.C., June 23, 2016 /3BL Media/ – General Motors, the Office of Naval Research and the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory are cooperating to incorporate automotive hydrogen fuel cell systems into the next generation of Navy unmanned undersea vehicles, or UUVs.

When Veterans Don't Feel Like Heroes, This Vet Steps In

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During National Volunteer Week, April 12 - 18, we celebrate the diversity of our nation’s volunteers, like today's Daily Point of Light Award winner, Krystol Stinson.

BNSF Moves Disabled Artillery Shells for Display at the Battleship Iowa Museum in California

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The USS Iowa was an important U.S. Navy battleship during World War II. Now docked at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, Calif., the retired warship is a museum open to the public. Earlier this year, the Navy donated 150 16-by-50-inch caliber projectiles to the museum. Although the projectiles are inert, transporting them was a challenge due to the large size and quantity.

Marcone CEO Flies with the Blue Angels

Jim Souers is taken on the flight of a lifetime as thanks for Marcone's charitable work toward military support
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Jim Souers, President and CEO of St. Louis-based Marcone Supply, gets recognized for his leadership in local military support initiatives, and is given a rare chance to fly with the Blue Angels. 

“I couldn't be more proud of what Marcone has done in support of our military and their families,” said Souers. “But to be given the opportunity to fly with the Blue Angels is a humbling and thrilling experience I'll never forget.”

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Blue Angels Take Marcone CEO Jim Souers Up Into the Skies as Thank-You for Military Support

Souers Honored for Philanthropy and Leadership in a Recognition Ceremony Like No Other
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Jim Souers, President and CEO of St. Louis-based Marcone Supply, gets recognized for his leadership in local military support initiatives, and is given a rare chance to fly with the Blue Angels. 

“I couldn't be more proud of what Marcone has done in support of our military and their families,” said Souers. “But to be given the opportunity to fly with the Blue Angels is a humbling and thrilling experience I'll never forget.”

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Jim Souers, President and CEO of St. Louis-based Marcone Supply, gets recognized for his leadership in local military support initiatives, and is given a rare chance to fly with the Blue Angels. 

“I couldn't be more proud of what Marcone has done in support of our military and their families,” said Souers. “But to be given the opportunity to fly with the Blue Angels is a humbling and thrilling experience I'll never forget.”

Tim McGraw, Chase and the U.S. Navy Bring Free Concert to Jacksonville for Military Members and Their Families To Celebrate Veterans Day

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Nashville, TN, Oct. 14, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Country superstar Tim McGraw is set to perform a special concert in Jacksonville, FL on Sunday, Nov. 10 for military members and their families at U.S. Naval Station Mayport to celebrate Veterans Day.

At Hilton, U.S. Navy, Recycling Goes to the Mattresses

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Hilton Worldwide has announced their new mattress and box spring recycling program, joining ranks with the U.S. Navy who also is pioneering mattress recycling campaigns. 

Rather than being sent to a landfill, 85% of each mattress and box spring Hilton donates will be recycled.

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Hilton Worldwide has announced their new mattress and box spring recycling program, joining ranks with the U.S. Navy who also is pioneering mattress recycling campaigns. 

Rather than being sent to a landfill, 85% of each mattress and box spring Hilton donates will be recycled.

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