Archive for September, 2015

Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle EFV

September 12, 2015

Click on the link below for a great video demonstrating capabilities of a self-propelled high water speed amphibious vehicle:

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Daniel Eubank at ONR Focus Area Forum

September 7, 2015

Click on the Link below:

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/onr-focus-area-forum-daniel-eubank?trk=pulse_spock-articles

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Focus Area Forum (Expeditionary and Irregular Warfare)

September 4, 2015

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Wave of the Future: ONR Forum Looks at Amphibious Operations

September 4, 2015

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150827-N-PO203-039  ARLINGTON, Virginia (Aug. 27, 2015) Lt. Gen. Robert Walsh, commanding general of the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, discusses the operational need for amphibious high-water speed (AHWS) during the Office of Naval Research-hosted focus area forum on the topic, a critical priority for the U.S. Marine Corps. (U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams/Released)

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ARLINGTON, Virginia (Aug. 27, 2015) Lt. Gen. Robert Walsh, commanding general of the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, discusses the operational need for amphibious high-water speed (AHWS) during the Office of Naval Research-hosted focus area forum on the topic, a critical priority for the U.S. Marine Corps. (U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams/Released)

Joint Amphibious Operations

September 1, 2015

http://www.eandallc.com

E&A is working to make ACV 2.0 a reality for the USMC.

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Click on the link below:

jp 3_02 Amphibious Operations

Runners Can Show They Care

September 1, 2015

Runners are a part of the community they live. How many in the community know that they play active roles in making their communities a better place to live as well as having an interest in their health and personal fitness?
Runners Can Show They Care
This ‘Care Bear’ was picked up on a Care Run.
A simple idea, can become a large idea and even a community transforming idea.
My vision is for runners to carry a plastic grocery bag with them every time they run. Pick up litter on public streets and in public places throughout your run. At the end of the run, you will find you have a full bag of trash for proper disposal, and that you have done a small part in cleaning up your communities and neighborhoods. Duplicate and replicate this simple formula; multiply and divide it, and you have the basis for positive change in your towns, counties, states and the nation.
The author, Daniel Eubank at the end of his ‘Care Run’.
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