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Airman earns Bronze Star for supporting airstrikes in Iraq that killed more than 100 enemy fighters | Task & Purpose

Master Sergeant Joe Rodriguez received the Bronze Star after he and his unit provided ground to air support for several months against attacks in Iran. Rodriguez, a radio frequency transmissions systems noncommissioned officer said, “throughout my time there, we got attacked seven times.” The Bronze Star is awarded to operators who distinguish themselves with heroic or merit achievements when dealing ... Read More »

5 Things that will help you sleep naturally | Life Hack

Sleeping is an integral part of our health. With the proper amount of sleep, it can boost your mood and productivity for the next day. One factor why we have difficulty sleeping is the way we use screens and electronic devices at night leading up to bedtime. Here are five techniques to help you manage your sleeping patterns. Source: https://www.lifehack.org/889481/things-to-help-you-sleep Read More »

Now is the time to shake up your sales processes | Harvard Business Review

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way people do business. The sales process for every company also needs readjustment as face-to-face interaction with clients is not feasible as of the moment. This time is an opportunity for companies to revisit their process where they could take advantage of digital marketing strategies to adjust to all the changes. Source: https://hbr.org/2020/10/now-is-the-time-to-shake-up-your-sales-processes Read More »

Military working dogs now have their own ‘walking blood bank’ in Iraq | Military.com

US troops have started a mobile blood bank for military working dogs in Iraq. They identified their blood type and prepared enough supply in case of any apprehension during operations. The prescreened donors are believed to be a first for the dog handlers and their K9s in the region as first reported by Stars & Stripes. Source: https://www.military.com/daily-news/2020/10/24/military-working-dogs-now-have-their-own-walking-blood-bank-iraq.html Read More »

Diagnosing Google | Dan Masters- Medium

Dan Masters shares an insightful remark on Google’s company structure and product launches. There were multiple apps launched by Google, yet we would notice that it would be discontinued in a short period. He noted that “products are neglected then killed, rather than iterated and improved.” This comprehensive article dives deep into how he sees Google can improve for their ... Read More »

US says seven al Qaeda leaders killed in Syria airstrike | Washington Post

The most recent airstrike conducted by the US has left seven al Qaeda leaders dead. The airstrike took place on October 22nd. The leaders were conducting a meeting, which would be there last, near Idlib when they were killed. Al Qaeda is recognized as a dangerous terrorist group. Source: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/us-says-seven-al-qaeda-leaders-killed-in-syria-airstrike?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=EBB%2010.27.20&utm_term=Editorial%20-%20Early%20Bird%20Brief Read More »

Navy chief killed in forklift accident at Norfolk | Navy Times

The family members of Chief Culinary Specialist Adam M. Foti are now grieving. Foti was hit by a forklift on the Norfolk Naval station. He is being remembered as a family man as he leaves behind his wife and two children. His fellow sailors are remembering him by having a golf tournament in his honor and renaming the chiefs’ mess ... Read More »

Operating at home: How to make SOF troops’ transition to civilian life easier | Military Times

SOF troops transitioning to civilian life can be overwhelming. SOF for Life, a non-profit program envisions itself becoming a central hub for connecting transitioning members of SOF to programs tailored to each service member’s unique situation. SOF For Life is currently conducting a survey to identify the challenges in separation and retirement. In addition, they are also partnering with The Honor ... Read More »