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#TechTuesday In the news snippets!

#TechTuesday In the news!

*Apple possibly using solar power to manufacture sapphire screens for the iPhone 6.

*DARPA Wants orbital satellite repairing robots.

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We’re following the leaders are you? It’s #FollowFriday




It’s#FollowFriday and we want to know what leaders are you following in the government, military, or commercial contractor arenas!

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9/11 Remembered



Today marks the 13th year since America was attacked on September 11, 2001. Brian Feser, CEO and President of MILSPRAY and his entire staff would like to reaffirm that the Americans who had lost their lives and the members of our military who have died protecting our country since that day, will never be forgotten.

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Mid-week Motivation: Be an innovator!



Wednesday has rolled around again, and it’s time for a little Mid-Week Motivation!

“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” -Steve Jobs

Today, strive to be an innovator.

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#TechTuesday: 93, is the Winning Number of Strykers to be Built at Anniston Army Depot!


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On this edition of #TechTuesday, we want to bring your attention to the Anniston Army Depot in Calhoun County, AL. Where the Anniston Army Depot and General Dynamics will be producing military vehicles that will take place over the next two years and help bring safety to the men and women who serve our country. Ninety-Three (93) Strykers will have new “Double V Hull” technology, that could very well be described as “life-saving” and will be produced at the Anniston Army Depot. Another important aspect of the updated Strykers is their ability to be rebuilt at a cost of 60% compared to building a new vehicle.

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