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Military housing company goes back to school
A new name for Picerne Military Housing, Grey Group Training grows and good news for entrepreneurs.
Growth through exporting for NC companies
XGO in Moore County is one of several NC companies to find success in foreign markets - merchandise exports increased by 6 percent in 2012.
Recon work soaring locally
A co-worker recently mentioned that a former textile mill in Fayetteville is occupied by Army folks. I drove by to check it out, and the sign read like alphabet soup even for the military: PM NV/RSTA. Allow me to translate.
Power player: Dr. Elizabeth Snyder, cultural anthropologist
What does a doctorate in German cultural studies have to do with Fort Bragg? Even Elizabeth Snyder didn't see the connection. At first.
Power player: Sonny Kelly of Fayetteville Urban Ministry
Before Sonny Kelly led Fayetteville Urban Ministry programs that benefited military dependents and veterans, he was an Air Force captain who specialized in military intelligence.
Defense company IOMAX in Mooresville takes flight
Headquartered in a brick office building in the heart of motorsports country in Mooresville, IOMAX has worked in a shroud of secrecy.
Military cutbacks send one company back to its roots
April Dudash checks in with companies Saab Barracuda and Remington Defense. Plus, new opportunities for small businesses.
Military Spouse Foundation gives entrepreneurs a place to go
Resources for military spouses who want to start their own businesses and advice from women like Mary John-Williams who already do.
AUSA takes a look at Raleigh
AUSA scouts for its winter symposium; making water out of thin air - literally.
Soldiers find new use for the old art of mule packing
Paraclete Mountain Mule Packers teaches soldiers to pack and care for mules.
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