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#MemorialDay is a time to honor those who paid the ultimate price in service to our country. To honor the Service men and women who sacrificed so much to secure our freedoms, the National Cemetery Administration (NCA) U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has provided a list of #MemorialDay ceremonies at our National Cemeteries. To find a local event nearest you, a complete listing of official ceremonies can be found at http://1.usa.gov/26M8AVl

May 30th 11:56am • No Comments

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Congratulations to Instructor Doug Lowe and his industrious medical training team for their work providing review support and expertise to the newly released American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Emergency Care and Treatment of the Sick and Injured (Eleventh Edition) during their tenure with Davis Defense. Our commitment to providing quality education at the highest standard is continuously reinforced by the enterprising individuals who support us every day. For more information on the textbook, please visit: http://www.aaos.org/News/DailyEdition2016/Wednesday/017/?ssopc=1

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aaos.org

Revamped text, digital components enhance the educational experience When the AAOS first published Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured in 1971, the textbook—known as the “Orange Book” for

Mar 7th 3:26pm • 1 Comment

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Big news out of Charleston, SC last week: http://www.marinecorpstimes.com/story/military/2016/01/29/marines-aging-amphibious-vehicle-fleet-get-better-armor-more-power/79487266/

Marines' aging amphibious vehicle fleet to get better armor, more power

marinecorpstimes.com

Marine Corps and industry officials on Jan. 28 unveiled an upgraded Assault Amphibious Vehicle that promises to add 20 years of service to the aging AAVs.

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