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Not another face in the crowd
In a darkened lab on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, faces are flashed on oversized monitors.
Life-saving technology in the spotlight
Did you know soldiers have a 60 percent greater chance of dying from a burn wound than a civilian? I didn't. Infection after a burn accounts for 20 percent of all military casualties - it takes an average of four days for a soldier wounded on the battlefield to get to a sterile treatment facility. Even I know germs move much faster than that.
Made in N.C.: army uniform manufacturing
Every month, American & Efird in Mount Holly supplies more than 19.2 million yards of thread that hold together the workaday ACU pants.
N.C. defense and economic development trade show profile: David Grange
CEO, Osprey Global Solutions
N.C. defense and economic development trade show profile: Trevor Kracker
President and CEO, Defense Logistics Support Inc.
N.C. defense and economic development trade show profile: Todd Biedermann
Defense contracts manager, BRS Defense
N.C. defense and economic development trade show profile: Ann Borden
President and founder of Solutions-IES and subsidiary EOS Remediation
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.
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