To win last year’s competition Osborne says, “It took grit. It took pure grit. I mean you spend months preparing for this competition and your cards, putting them all on the table here. So it’s just grit at that point that’s going to get you through each individual day, each event.”
The 3-M company is paying six billion dollars to resolve lawsuits over its faulty combat earplugs.
“Everyone of these regardless of background, regardless of race, creed, color, whatever. We are brothers and sisters. We all have served and we all wrote the same check. Some of them got cashed. Mine has yet to be,” Field says.
In tonight’s Military Matters, we’re saluting a couple of Midlands natives making waves in the Navy.
In today’s military matters, the U.S. Air Force has suspended personnel moves and bonuses through the end of the fiscal year.
In tonight’s Military Matters, if you got a smartwatch in the mail what would you do? Put it on and activate it? Most likely.
Military families moving to South Carolina will now face fewer obstacles while enrolling their children in public school.
Fort Jackson is introducing a new Garrison Commander.
Columbia, SC (WOLO) — A bill that started in January plans to make treatment easier for veterans in crisis. ‘The Compact Act’ gives veterans at risk of suicide a chance to get no-cost emergency care at any hospital, while also covering inpatient care and outpatient care for a limited time. Any veteran considering suicide may dial 9-8-8 for help. Categories:…
TitleMax is in serious hot water with the government and the military.