It’s easy for many in the United States to feel detached from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Unless you are a veteran, live near a military base, or have a relative, friend, coworker, or neighbor who served or is serving, then it’s possible that the wars have been little more than impersonal affairs on the other side of the planet that you saw or heard something about from time to time.
SOURCE: Raytheon News [Original Article]
The engineer who someday designs a “faster-than-light” engine for an intergalactic starship could be sitting in a middle school classroom in Georgia, folding and flying paper airplanes.
That’s exactly why Raytheon is sponsoring special educational
I came upon a story recently about the first United States Army Air Forces officer killed in the European Theater during World War II—Lt Col Townsend Griffiss. The story appeared in the UK Mail Online but it probably won’t show up in the U.S. except maybe up in Buffalo, New York, where he was born.