military

  • As employees, veterans may be able to take your shop from good to great.
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  • To say Professional Automotive Technicians' Jim Wakefield was proud of his military service in the Navy during the Vietnam War would be an understatement. 
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  • They are not famous, nor are they looking for fame. But when a group of 25 World War II, Korean War and Vietnam veterans who work at or have retired from Snap-on Inc. landed in Baltimore en route to the nation’s capital to visit war memorials, they were recognized and greeted with a standing ovation. 
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  • From the start, the DUKW has been an amphibious wonder.
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  • Working on a 1985 M1008 single cab, 8-foot bed tactical 1.25 ton, 4X4 Chevrolet Commercial Utility Cargo Vehicle.
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  • Like a lot of people mentioned in the May issue of Motor Age magazine, David Wittmayer laid the foundation for his career via the military, namely as a Navy machinist’s mate in the mid-70s. 
    Robert Bravender
  • I think we need to check our priorities. Before we try to give everyone every conceivable entitlement, what’s wrong with taking care of those who took care of us first?
  • More than one million members of the military are slated to enter civilian ranks in the next several years, and they are proving themselves to be terrific additions to the industry.