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Private security firm tried to recruit military vets to guard Minnesota polls from ‘Antifas’: report | Fox News

The private security firm, Atlas Aegis, posted an online job asking for military personnel interested in security positions. The online advertisement mentioned the protection of election polls, businesses, and residences from looting and destruction during election time. Company chairman Anthony Caudle stated the private security firm would be sending a “large contingent” to Minnesota in order to “make sure Antifa ... Read More »

10 Taliban fighters killed in their own roadside bomb in Afghanistan | XINHUA NET

A bomb planted by a Taliban group in Afghanistan’s southern Kandahar province killed 10 other insurgents and wounded another five. The mines were placed in order to target security forces nearby. Taliban militants have recently increased their reliance on suicide and roadside bombings, and they have yet to comment on the bombing. Source: http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-10/13/c_139436896.htm Read More »

3 Tips every consultancy business needs to grow strong | Entrepreneur

Online consultancy firms are booming because most businesses are transitioning their market segment online. Through paid advertising, they can generate revenue for a company that wants to market their products or services. Social media campaigns require a lot of technique to capture your audience. Here are three tips every consultancy business needs to be ahead of their game. Source: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/356442 Read More »

Are your hobbies hurting your finances? | The Simple Dollar

Making time for your hobbies can help you relax after a very stressful week. If you find your hobby too costly, you can find alternative means to continue them to put balance with your finances. You can also turn your hobbies into something that will help you earn money. Being practical while pursuing your hoppy is one smart move in managing your passion and finances. Source: https://www.thesimpledollar.com/financial-wellness/ask-the-simple-dollar/6-reader-questions-about-hobbies/?utm_source=feedly&utm_medium=webfeeds&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+thesimpledollar+%28The+Simple+Dollar%29 Read More »

Why some friends make you feel more supported than others | Science Daily

Researchers conducted two online studies and found that people perceived they had more support from a group of friends or family who all knew and liked each other than from an identical number of close relationships who were not linked. Joseph Bayer, a professor, says to “focus on those friends who are connected to each other, that’s where we really perceive the most support.” ... Read More »

Meet the Army’s ‘Night Stalkers,’ the special-operations pilots who can fly anything anywhere in the world | Business Insider

The Army’s elite 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (160th SOAR), also known as the “Night Stalkers, is the world’s premier rotary-wing unit that specializes in transport, attack, reconnaissance missions, and special-operations units. The unit is born from a failed attempt on Operation Eagle Claw in 1980. Composed of four battalions, the unit operates three helicopter platforms and about 140 aircrafts. Source: https://www.businessinsider.com/meet-the-armys-160-soar-night-stalkers-special-operations-pilots-2020-10 Read More »

1,000year-old human remains found on new Marine Corps base under construction on Guam | Marine Corps Times

Four burial sites were found during the construction of Camp Blaz, a new Marine Corps base under construction in Dededo. They are said to be 1,000 years old and belong to members of Guam’s indigenous Chamorro people, Pacific Daily News reported. The four burial plots were reburied after the discovery and the Historic Preservation Office is conducting assessments to ensure that there will be no destruction of burials or ... Read More »

The Cossack squat: Reclaiming your baseline balance | Breaking Muscle

When working out, we realize that our body has a dominant side that will always be a little stronger and more coordinated than the other. The Cossack squat is one exercise that can improve single-leg strength, coordination as well as instability of the hips. You may add in some weights in this exercise by holding it behind your head. Source: https://breakingmuscle.com/fitness/the-cossack-squat-reclaiming-your-baseline-balance Read More »

Here’s what being ‘mentally ready’ means for special ops selection | Military.com

Special Ops selection programs require physical and mental strength to be able to completely succeed in the training. There will be moments when you start to question yourself why you are doing all of this and if all sacrifices are worth it. The type of mental preparedness for the program requires resilience and perseverance to stand back up and never give up. The author points out, “will your will to ... Read More »

Blazing a trail: How a black Navy SEAL boosted his success through online learning | Military Times

Ty Smith is an active-duty Navy SEAL when he pursued his college degree through online learning at Ashford University. Online learning gave him an avenue to continue his education proving that it is never too late to pursue something better for yourself. Upon completing his coursework and earning his degree, he went to graduate from one of the top business schools in the nation and running his own business. Source: https://www.militarytimes.com/education-transition/2020/10/06/blazing-a-trail-how-a-black-navy-seal-boosted-his-success-through-online-learning/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=EBB%2010.06.20&utm_term=Editorial%20-%20Early%20Bird%20Brief Read More »