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How This Entrepreneur Went From Being A Navy SEAL To Creating A $50 Million Business | Forbes

Randy Hetrick is a former Special Operations Field Commander and the founder of the hyper-successful TRX fitness brand. He’s been deployed worldwide with the military, holds a MBA from Stanford, and now has an army of gyms, personal trainers and celebrity users utilizing his workout tools. Some of these celebrities include Jennifer Lopez, Drew Brees, Michael Phelps, or Gisele Bündchen ... Read More »

An inside look into the strange case, possible love triangle of a Marine lieutenant charged with murder of man found in Joshua Tree National Park | Marine Corps Times

Curtis Lee Krueger had a respected Marine Corps career ― he had risen through the enlisted ranks and eventually earned a commission as a Marine officer. But then he was charged with murder of man from Murrieta, California. Krueger, a lieutenant with Combat Logistics Battalion 7 out of Twentynine Palms, California, pleaded not guilty to the murder of 54-year old ... Read More »

Here’s how Porsche is getting ready for the EV age | Auto Week

Porsche has already made plans to double the annual production of its first electric luxury sedan from 20,000 units to 40,000, a year before the first Taycan is delivered to customers. In effect, the automaker is expecting the Taycan to outsell the 911 itself — a scenario still difficult to process even if the 911 had been upstaged by other ... Read More »

Federal Resources Announces 7thAnnual ExperienceFR Event

The event will be highlighted by guest speaker Curt Cronin, former Navy SEAL team leader and expert on leading High-Performance teams.  January 18, 2019  Stevensville, MD (January 18, 2019) – Federal Resources, a premier supplier of quality products and mission-critical solutions to military and first responders, is hosting its 7thannual ExperienceFR event on February 26, 2019 in Oxon Hill, MD. ... Read More »


The members of David Lee Roth’s solo band who played on Eat ‘Em and Smile reunited at the NAMM music convention in Anaheim, Calif., over the weekend. Guitarist Steve Vai, bassist Billy Sheehan and drummer Gregg Bissonette were joined by singer Jeff Scott Soto for renditions of Queen’s “Tie Your Mother Down” and Sheehan’s “Shyboy,” the latter of which appeared ... Read More »