The MCRA is excited to announce that the president has made the following nominations for GENERAL OFFICER in the Marine Corps:
Brig. Gen. Jay M. Bargeron has been nominated for appointment to the rank of major general. Bargeron is currently serving as president, Marine Corps University, Training and Education Command, Quantico, Virginia.
Brig. Gen. Brian W. Cavanaugh has been nominated for appointment to the rank of major general. Cavanaugh is currently serving as assistant deputy commandant, programs and resources, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, Washington, D.C.
Our clients, very successful medical equipment technology service companies, are looking for Biomedical Technicians to service excellent hospital systems in various locations throughout the U.S. They are looking for individuals with 1-3 (BMET I); 3-5 (BMET II) 5+ (BMET III) years of experience on basic to complex general biomedical equipment. You will be working at major hospitals in such locations as TN, VT, WA, NY, OK, WI, MD, TX, CA. These are all daytime positions. Biomed Manager & Supervisor positions require 5-10+ years’ experience managing a hospital account as well as a team of biomed service technicians.
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WASHINGTON – CMC has for the first time put Russia alongside Iran, North Korea, and extremist groups as areas that will “continue to pose threats,” while elevating China to the undisputed top of threats facing US policy makers.
In anticipation of the upcoming presidential election, Military Times partnered with a dozen veterans organizations earlier this year to ask the major party candidates about their views on key issues facing the veterans community. STORY BY Leo Shane III
What a tremendous success! Due to the impacts of the COVID pandemic, we were forced to cancel our annual charity golf tournament in support of the Semper Fi/America's Fund. We may not have played golf & shared a great lunch, but we could still provide support to such a tremendous organization. In order to do that, we held our first on-line auction, a 5-day event, that had the support of so many! The results, well, we raised $12,091! Our thanks to everyone who registered, a special thanks to all those that purchased items, and a special recognition & thanks to all those individuals who donated items for the auction a huge success.
A symmetric threats are multidimensional and include “military operations [that involve] the application of dissimilar strategies, tactics, capabilities, and methods to circumvent or negate an opponent’s strengths while exploiting his weaknesses.”1 Today, these asymmetric threats increasingly threaten U.S. security and interests and include transnational crime, terrorism, and the destabilization of sovereign, friendly nations by internal as well as external forces. Further, these asymmetric approaches seek a psychological impact that affects an opponent’s advantage and/or freedom of movement and are applied at all levels of warfare. ARTICLE CLICK HERE