There are now less than 600 dogs used in the U.S. military worldwide, but they are still an invaluable part of the team.
The hiring push is part of the iconic gun maker’s plan to rebuild once it wipes out $350 million of debt owed to creditors, chiefly bondholders.
To see a glimpse of what it feels like to be a Golden Knight from their perspective, check out this helmet cam footage, and try to keep your lunch down.
Last month while visiting Washington, D.C., Emma Didlake met President Obama, who called her “a true American hero.”
The homeowner said he didn’t know he was doing anything wrong when he took the stones from a landfill and simply made “something out of nothing.”
Although not precipitated by an outbreak of flamethrower-related crime, city leaders in Warren are moving to ban the devices for all but law enforcement and other official users.
Lead researcher Professor Ron Avi Astor believes common factors – frequent moving, separation from parents – may be possible triggers for the behavior.
Although they’re not marketed as weapons, flamethrowers are still illegal in Maryland and California, unless you are using them on a movie set, that is.
U.S. Navy Cmdr. Wiliam Marks called the move “a matter of prudent and necessary action toward protecting our personnel.”
“I’ve tried to distinguish myself and kind of move away from that wounded warrior aspect,” said Gaal, adding, “We’re not out of a fight.”