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NC drone test site could be the new future of flight
A test site in Hyde County could poise North Carolina as a leader in unmanned aircraft systems.
Sustainability is the word at FEDCON
For the first time, the North Carolina Federal Construction, Infrastructure and Environmental Summit included a lecture and panel discussion track on environmental sustainability. Fitting because it was also the first time the summit began the day after a 16-day government shutdown that threatened to stunt the growth of organizations relying on federal contracts.
Flight school finds a niche near Fort Bragg
Flight instructor Thomas Howard pulled back a lever and the nose of the tiny, four-seater Piper Cherokee pointed up into a cloudless sky. Inside the sweltering metal tube, Howard flipped open a notebook, adjusting the plane's oil usage and flaps as he talked the student in the seat next to him through the steps.
Santec, a Southern Pines Company, is Developing Ways to Manage Waste
Talking about toilets may not seem as high-speed as talking about guns.
Power Player: Suzy Carlton, President of the Kiwanis Club of the Sandhills
AKO: Soldiers who log on to their Army Knowledge Online accounts today have her to thank - she helped implement the system as an Army civilian. Her last career assignment was special assistant to the chief of staff of the Army.
Jack De Leon, COO of LORD Corp. Profile
Chief operating officer, LORD Corp., Cary
Brooks Agnew, President and CEO of Vision Motor Cars, Profile
President and CEO, Vision Motor Cars, Concord
Profile: Glenda Rogers
Rogers is president of Carolina Unmaned Vehicles in Raleigh.
Defense businesses in downtown Fayetteville support the military
When I first moved to Fayetteville almost three years ago, I was thrown into a realm where you had to know alphabet soup acronyms to survive, the windows would shake from booming artillery (Is that thunder or what?) and some Braggers arrived on post with warnings about town culture.
UNC-Chapel Hill offers master's degree physician assistants program for Special Forces veterans
In 2015, the University of North Carolina expects to open the country's first master's degree program designed exclusively for veteran Special Forces medics seeking to become physician assistants.
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