New Jersey Mesothelioma Victims Center Now Urges an Oil Refinery Worker with Mesothelioma in New Jersey to Call About Getting an "Attorney Upgrade" For a Much Better Client Financial Settlement Result

Call us at 800-714-0303 and take us up on our offer to upgrade you to one of the nation's most skilled and capable mesothelioma attorneys.”

— New Jersey Mesothelioma Victims Center

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, August 24, 2018 / — The New Jersey Mesothelioma Victims Center says, "We specialize in assisting oil refinery or power plant workers who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma receive the very best financial compensation. We are advocates for people with mesothelioma and the attorneys we suggest are some of the nation's leading lawyers for financial compensation for this asbestos exposure cancer. As we would like to explain anytime at 800-714-0303 the attorneys we suggest do not get paid unless there has been a financial compensation settlement." http://NewJersey.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

Up until recently, there had not been an oil refinery built in the US for roughly 30 years. Existing older plants possibly still have asbestos at the refinery. Prior to 1980, many oil refinery workers would have been exposed to asbestos constantly-especially if they were a plumber, electrician, fitter, insulator, or part of a maintenance or construction crew.

According to the group, "If we had just one vital compensation tip for an oil refinery or oil/gas production worker with mesothelioma in New Jersey it would be-call us at 800-714-0303 and take us up on our offer to upgrade you to one of the nation's most skilled and capable mesothelioma attorneys. These incredibly experienced mesothelioma attorneys will produce a much better compensation settlement result for you or your family member as we would like to discuss anytime." http://NewJersey.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

Mesothelioma compensation claims for oil refinery or oil production workers can frequently exceed one million dollars provided the diagnosed person has the nation's most skilled mesothelioma attorneys working on their financial compensation claim. If a current or former oil refinery or industrial worker in New Jersey has been recently diagnosed with mesothelioma they or their family are urged to call the New Jersey Mesothelioma Victims Center at 800-714-0303 for their unsurpassed free services. http://NewJersey.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

Top Locations for oil refineries in New Jersey include:

* Linden

* Westville

* Paulsboro

* Perth Amboy

* Port Reading

The New Jersey Mesothelioma Victims Center wants to emphasize theirs is a statewide initiative available to a diagnosed Veteran or person anywhere in New Jersey, including communities such as Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, Elizabeth, Edison, Toms River, or Trenton. http://NewJersey.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

For the best possible treatment option in New Jersey, the New Jersey Mesothelioma Victims Center strongly recommends the following heath care facility with the offer to help a diagnosed victim or their family get to the right physicians at this hospital. The Rutgers University’s Cancer Institute of New Jersey in New Brunswick:

According to the CDC, the states indicated with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Louisiana, Washington, and Oregon.

High-risk work groups for exposure to asbestos in New Jersey include US Navy Veterans, power plant workers, oil refinery workers, manufacturing or industrial workers, chemical plant workers, plumbers, electricians, auto mechanics, machinists, mill workers, printers, welders, boiler technicians, or construction workers. Typically, the exposure to asbestos occurred in the 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s or 1980’s. http://NewJersey.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

For more information about mesothelioma please refer to the National Institutes of Health’s web site related to this rare form of cancer:

Michael Thomas
New Jersey Mesothelioma Victims Center
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Judy Kramer ~ “Hometown Heroes”

I’m proud to help all these “Hometown” Heroes and give them the recognition they so richly deserve. I believe in being thankful for what I have, and I want to illustrate that by helping others.”

— Judy Kramer

OMAHA, NEBRASKA, USA, August 23, 2018 / — Judy Kramer is a very kind, thoughtful and responsive Real Estate agent at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Ambassador Real Estate in Omaha, Nebraska. She is proud to introduce her “HOMETOWN HEROES SAVINGS PROGRAM” to her community. She says, “I have a special program especially for individuals that may fall into one of these professions: Military, Firefighters, Police, Teachers, Nurses, Psychologists, and First Responders. This program provides discounts that can help these deserving individuals, whether they are a buyer or seller.

Judy will be the first to tell you that she isn’t one of the “old timers” in Real Estate (as some are), but since getting into the Real Estate industry 7 ½ years ago, she now feels she’s “home” (no pun intended). Each career path she’s had up until now has not only brought her to this point, but has built upon her previous experiences: administrative, human resources, finances and now to Real Estate. She’s now able to help people with what. most likely, is the biggest financial endeavor they’ll ever make: buying and selling their home.

Judy loves to be able to help individuals and families find that perfect home, but she also likes to give back whenever she can. She explored several avenues before establishing her own program called Hometown Heroes Savings Program and wanted to be able to see first-hand how her contributions could help those in her own Omaha Metro area community. Judy wants to help those people whom we tend to forget in our everyday lives, but are truly our everyday heroes: Military, Firefighters, Police, Teachers, EMT’s, Psychologists, and Nurses.

The first group she wanted to thank was our Military. Our Military is the reason we are able to have the freedom to live our lives wherever our dreams take us. And, of course, the number one dream for most people is to have a place to call “home.”

Our local Police Officers are our first-line of defense right here in our community. Until something happens that affects us, we don’t always realize what an extremely difficult and dangerous profession it is. Not only that, they are often underappreciated when it comes to getting their fair share of recognition.

Judy has said that Teachers have always held a special place in her heart. They set the standard for learning and encouraging us to achieve more than what we would expect for ourselves. Every teacher she knows spends their own money to help provide the necessary materials to achieve the programs established. Thus, money is often tight. She is excited to not only be able to give back to them financially, but to present them with that recognition they deserve.

Firefighters are often overlooked when it comes to being rewarded. They are, by nature, people who are inclined to take action when others are in danger. They put their lives on the line every single day they are called to a site by running into burning buildings, rescuing and saving lives, all at the expense of their own life.

How often do we talk about First Responders, Nurses, and Psychologists? As the name states, First Responders are the first ones on the scene of an emergency and make quick, life-changing, decisions every day. Nurses are usually the ones that are there through the entire process whether it is an emergency or an illness. They are the ones that gather the information; explain in layman’s terms what is to be done; and create that calming effect for their patients. Judy cannot say enough about Psychologists: Psychologists are the “behind the scenes” people that help others deal with the kind of trauma we hope we’ll never need, like the loss of a child, PTSD, or teenage suicide attempts.

Judy says, “I’m proud to be able to help all these “Hometown” Heroes and give them the recognition they so richly deserve. I believe in being thankful for what I have, and I want to illustrate that by helping others.”

If you'd like more information on this program, please contact Judy directly and she would be more than happy to explain it and the money you can save by participating in it.

For more information about Judy Kramer and her “Hometown Heroes” program, please visit these important websites:

Media Contact:
Judy Kramer, MRP
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
Ambassador Real Estate
331 Village Pointe Plaza
Omaha, NE 68118
Cell: 402-598-8424
Office: 402-493-4663

Judy Kramer
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
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Solar Stik®, Inc. Ships 100th Hybrid Power System 7000 to the U.S. Army

Alternative Energy System deployed

An Alternative Energy System (AES) is shown deployed at a combat outpost in the Middle East.

Alternative Energy System supporting PSS-G Tower

An Alternative Energy System (AES) is shown deployed with a Persistent Surveillance System-Ground (PSS-G) tower on a mountaintop in Afghanistan.

Solar Stik Team with Florida Gov. Rick Scott

Solar Stik®, Inc., shipped its 100th Hybrid Power System (HPS) on Friday, Aug. 17, 2018. Also on that day, Florida Governor Rick Scott visited the Solar Stik Production Facility to announce the State’s July job growth.

Our Team is committed to serving our customers—the men and women in the battlefield.”

— Stephanie Hollis, COO

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA, USA, August 23, 2018 / — Solar Stik®, Inc. has marked the completion and shipping of its 100th Hybrid Power System (HPS) 7000 with a celebration at the company’s headquarters in St. Augustine, Fla. The HPS 7000 reduces the fossil fuel consumption of fuel-driven generators used by many military applications by sourcing stored energy from a battery bank and prioritizing renewable power generation sources—solar and wind—to maximize the operational efficiency of power circuits.

“This achievement was only made possible through adhering to our core values, forcibly reminding ourselves of the value of clear communication and teamwork, and the overarching desire to get better and better with each build,” said Stephanie Hollis, COO and co-founder of Solar Stik. “Our Team is committed to serving our customers—the men and women in the battlefield.”

Solar Stik received its first order for the HPS 7000 in June 2014. The U.S. Army initially ordered 50 systems to support the reset of the Rapid Aerostat Initial Deployment (RAID) surveillance tower system. The RAID Towers were refurbished during reset and became the Persistent Surveillance Systems-Ground (PSS-G) Heavy, a tower platform that provides 24/7, 360-degree visual coverage with an electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) sensor and real-time situational awareness (SA) video capability. The PSS-G platform was enhanced during reset to include an Alternative Energy System (AES) in order to improve reliability and increase autonomy when deployed in remote, off-grid locations.

The HPS 7000 was selected as the Alternative Energy System (AES) enhancement for the PSS-G Heavy over competing power systems, as it enables commonality of components among the PSS-G variants because of the scalability and modularity inherent in its system architecture. The HPS 7000 configured to be the AES for the PSS-G Heavy included 16.8 kWh of energy storage and a 2.7 kW solar panel array that could be scaled down for the smaller PSS-G variants. The PSS-G Heavy AES also has the capability to automatically start and stop the 5 kW Tactical Quiet Generator (TQG), enabling it to run only when the battery bank is discharged to a predetermined level. Another critical factor for the U.S. Army selecting the HPS 7000 was that Solar Stik’s HPS 5000 already had a proven record of powering the RAID Towers in theater.

“The HPS 7000 built upon the success of the HPS 3000 and HPS 5000, which included several systems that were deployed as part of U.S. Army’s Energy to the Edge project,” explained Ronaldo Lachica, CW4 USA Retired and Solar Stik’s Director of Program Management. “Being able to support 7 kW was the highest power spectrum for our hybrid power systems when the first HPS 7000 was delivered in October 2014; however, we’ve since doubled that capability with systems currently being tested and soon to be deployed.”

The primary power management module for the HPS 7000 is the PRO-Verter 7000, which can support a continuous load of 4 kW and can also combine inverter output with generator output to deliver up to 7 kW of surge capability as long as battery capacity permits.

Five of the PSSG-Heavy AESs were shipped in late 2014 directly to Afghanistan to power RAID Towers that were to be set up in remote locations and operated jointly by U.S. and Afghan forces. This urgent need led to the foreign military sale (FMS) in January 2016 to the Afghan National Army (ANA) for 20 HPS 7000s configured to auto start both the 5 kW TQG and the 5 kW AMMPS generator. The 20 systems for ANA are currently being used to power both RAID and PSS-G Heavy Towers that were transferred to the Afghani government. They also included 7.2 kWh of additional energy storage since they also powered a workstation with an environmental control unit (ECU).

The U.S. Army has since made the AES officially part of the baseline for the PSS-G Heavy, leading to more orders. The most recent orders for the AES had only slight component changes from the original 50 HPS 7000 systems, including upgraded lithium-ion battery technology and solar panels. These changes were based on feedback received from operators in the field and rapidly integrated by Solar Stik in order to improve system performance.

Since the initial order for the HPS 7000 in 2014, the Solar Stik Team has grown from 22 members to 35, with many of the new members filling roles in the company’s Production and Engineering Teams. Solar Stik’s operational facilities have also been increased with ground being broken earlier this month for a new research and development building. The new facility will house 3D printers, multiple computer stations, and specialized testing machines. These investments in personnel and equipment are part of Solar Stik’s commitment to provide leading-edge technologies and the most reliable portable power solutions in support of the Warfighter.

Visit to learn more about its products, people, and company culture. Contact Ceal Potts, marketing specialist, at or 800-793-4364 ext. 140 for more information. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook using @solarstik.

Ceal Potts
Solar Stik
800-793-4364 ext.140
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Luciad to sponsor Maritime Information Warfare 2018

Maritime Information Warfare 2018

Maritime Information Warfare 2018

SMi reports: SMi's 2nd annual Maritime Information Warfare conference, taking place on the 26th and 27th November 2018, welcomes brand new sponsor, Luciad.

LONDON, WATERLOO, UNITED KINGDOM, August 22, 2018 / — Luciad is the latest sponsor to sign up for SMi’s Maritime Information Warfare conference taking place between the 26th-27th November 2018, in London UK. Luciad's software components empower users to unlock the power of advanced geospatial analytics, providing real-time situational awareness that the modern world demands. Military leaders must make decisions quickly. They have lives at stake and depend on accurate information.

Luciad offers a unique platform for all geospatial content of any defence organisation and ensures mission success with its technology. Technology that does not only meet the needs of today, but also of tomorrow, this is particularly crucial because the Maritime industry faces major challenges in the years ahead.

Wing Commander (ret) Tony Wheeler, Director Defence Sector, Hexagon Geospatial – Luciad, will present: “Combining multiple Information sources to deliver better Situational Awareness”. Wing Commander Wheeler will discuss “Handling billions of tracks: the big data of historical AIS tracks and significant events; Visual Analytics to enhance understanding; The power of information presented ‘in context’; and Interoperability and maritime operations in the Littoral”.

Luciad will be sponsoring, presenting and exhibiting at the two-day meeting, and will be available to discuss solutions to all attendee’s potential challenges – keep your eyes peeled details to follow!

Download the past attendee list at and view the different companies you could network with this year!

The latest conference brochure is available to download on the event website, where attendees can also register and receive real-time updates in the lead up to the conference. Register by the 28th September and receive a £200 discount on your booking.

Maritime Information Warfare
26th – 27th November 2018
London, UK

For sponsorship and exhibition queries please contact Justin Predescu at
For delegate queries please contact Andrew Gibbons at
For media queries please contact Natasha Boumediene at

About SMi Group:

Established since 1993, the SMi Group is a global event-production company that specializes in Business-to-Business Conferences, Workshops, Masterclasses and online Communities. We create and deliver events in the Defence, Security, Energy, Utilities, Finance and Pharmaceutical industries. We pride ourselves on having access to the world’s most forward thinking opinion leaders and visionaries, allowing us to bring our communities together to Learn, Engage, Share and Network. More information can be found at

Natasha Boumediene
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Project Management Office Hours Host Receives Surprise Donation Live on Air

Sensei Project Solutions Gifts $5,000 in Services for Veterans Project Management Mentoring Program

TEMPE, ARIZONA, USA, August 21, 2018 / — Joe Pusz, host of the show Project Management Office Hours sponsored by The PMO SQUAD and broadcast from the Phoenix Business RadioX studio in Tempe, Ariz., recently received a generous and unexpected donation from guest Kenneth Steiness, CEO of Sensei Project Solutions, live on-air during their interview. On behalf of Sensei, Steiness announced that he is providing $5,000 in e-learning programs for veterans who are participating in the Veterans Project Management Mentoring Program which is run by THE PMO SQUAD in partnership with Vet2PM and Veterans2Work.

“It’s amazing what Joe has done with his program in just six months; the amount of mentors and veterans he has brought in is incredible,” said Steiness. “Being a military veteran myself and having a strong connection with this community, I really wanted to do something to help support Joe’s efforts. I’m very proud to have the opportunity to provide e-learning tools for the program.”

The Veterans Project Management Program provides veterans with the tools and opportunities to become successful civilian project managers by matching them with mentors to help them improve their skills, build connections, and grow their careers. To date, they have helped more than 60 veterans across 29 states and three countries.

“I have been fortunate in my career to have several mentors help me along my journey. I wanted to find a way to give back to our military and veterans as I’ve had many family members and friends who have served,” said Pusz. “Working with Vets2PM and Veterans2Work, we developed this unique program that is making a big difference. The gift from Kenneth and Sensei will provide our veterans access to training we haven’t been able to provide; we are incredibly grateful.”

Pusz, who is fondly known as PMO Joe, has been hosting Project Management Office Hours on the Phoenix Business RadioX network since early 2018. The show, which is co-sponsored by TALAIA Project Portfolio Management, features discussions with Project Management industry leaders and covers the latest industry news, trends, and insights to help other project managers learn and improve their craft. Episodes are aired live on the first and third Thursday of each month at 11:00 a.m. and are also available for download on-demand or on iTunes.

For more information on The PMO SQUAD, Project Management Office Hours, or for details on how you can help support the Veterans Project Management Mentoring Program please visit

Phoenix Business RadioX helps local business leaders build relationships and grow their businesses by providing a platform to support and celebrate the positive business stories in the community. For more information about becoming a show sponsor and host, or to listen to all recent episodes, please visit

Debra Caron
Phoenix Business RadioX
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Registration Opens for the 12th Annual Mobile Deployable Communications Conference

SMi Group Reports: Registration is now open for the Mobile Deployable Communications 2019, taking place in Warsaw on the 31st January and 1st February.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, August 21, 2018 / — SMi Group is delighted to announce the 12th annual Mobile Deployable Communications conference, will take place in Warsaw on the 31st January and 1st February 2019. This highly anticipated event will explore key drivers causing the growing demand for flexible, protected, and interoperable CIS capabilities.

Registration is now live! With the biggest Early Bird discount available until 28 September. Save £400 and secure your place now at:

With the ability to effectively communicate driving the tempo of the modern battlespace, the need to know ‘where I am, where my friends are and where the enemy is’ remains fundamental for the success of any operation.

This critical requirement has become ever more vital as militaries deploy in degraded environments to tackle asymmetrical threats and electronic warfare technologies which risk disrupting the allied ability to effectively operate.

Key topics include: SatCom on the move, software defined radios, ground terminals and network-enabled capabilities, standardising C4ISR networks, building tactical CIS networks and maximising data telemetry resiliency, operational feedback, research and development and more.

Hear presentations from an unrivalled military and industry speaker line-up, including:

The Host Nation Opening Address: ‘CIS Requirements for the Polish Mission Network’


• How the Polish Mission Network is structured and ambitions to integrate it to the FMN
• Current C2 structures and how requirements for battlespace management are changing
• Interoperability standards among NATO partners and how the Polish Armed Forces are working to ensure continuity of function
• Capability planning and future equipment structures
• Building a network that is adaptable to the modern era. cyber and resiliency considerations
• Flexible architecture designs and future ambitions for the programme

Presented by: Colonel Robert Drozd, J6, Polish Armed Forces

But, this is just a snapshot of what's in store for Mobile Deployable Communications 2019. The event brochure is coming soon and can be requested from the event website:

Sponsorship is now also open for the conference. Should you wish to speak or exhibit at Mobile Deployable Communications 2019, please contact Sadia Malick on: +44 (0) 20 7827 6748 or

For delegate enquiries, please contact James Hitchen on +44 (0) 20 7827 6054 or email

Mobile Deployable Communications Conference 2019
Conference: Warsaw, Poland, 31 January – 1 February 2019
Proudly sponsored by: Viasat

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About SMi Group: Established since 1993, the SMi Group is a global event-production company that specializes in Business-to-Business Conferences, Workshops, Masterclasses and online Communities. We create and deliver events in the Defence, Security, Energy, Utilities, Finance and Pharmaceutical industries. We pride ourselves on having access to the world’s most forward-thinking opinion leaders and visionaries, allowing us to bring our communities together to Learn, Engage, Share and Network. More information can be found at

Shannon Cargan
SMi Group
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A Service Diabled Veteran Owned Company, Contract Professionals, Inc. (CPI) Wins 2018 Cool Places To Work In Michigan

For the third consecutive year, Contract Professionals, Inc. (CPI) has been named one of 2018 Cool Places to Work in Michigan.

WATERFORD, MICHIGAN, USA, August 21, 2018 / — A service disabled veteran owned company, Contract Professionals, Inc.(CPI) was recently named one of 2018 Cool Places to Work in Michigan. Ranking in the top 20,this is the third year in a row that CPI has made the list.

Launched in 2012 by the Crain Content Group, the awards program was designed to identify, recognize and honor the top 100 best places of employment in Michigan, benefiting the state's economy, its workforce and businesses.

The genesis of the 2018 Cool Places to Work in Michigan program is about recognizing a diverse group of Michigan companies, all of whom are making an effort to attract and retain top talent by providing competitive benefits and company perks.

According to CPI's Founder and CEO, Steve York, CPI has always been a cool place to work. "When I started CPI, I wanted to create an organization, which placed an emphasis on treating my employees like family. More than that, I wanted to create an environment, which allowed people to exercise their independence and creativity," said York.

Fostering a productive work environment is particularly important to York because of the nature of CPI's mission. For more than 36 years, CPI has been working to find our nation's veterans employment opportunities. Led by York, the entire CPI team takes this job very seriously.

Today, CPI's President, James L.Cowper insists on following in York's footsteps. "I work closely with our human resources team to ensure that CPI stays at the forefront of progressive employee engagement programs," said Cowper.

Each year the CPI management team looks for new and exciting ways to create a fun, innovative and flexible work environment. Both York and Cowper understand that when people are given the freedom to create and be productive, everybody wins.

Kristie Lohmeier
Contract Professionals, Inc. (CPI)
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SPACE FORCE OR SPACE FARCE? Can declining US military dominance be restored in space?

Losing Military Supremacy

Andrei Martyanov

New book calls US strategic planners “myopic”

Martyanov’s must-read book is the ultimate Weapon of Myth Destruction (WMD). And unlike the Saddam Hussein version, this one actually exists.”

— Pepe Escobar, AsiaTimes

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, USA, August 21, 2018 / — The US has just announced that it intends to create a unified combatant command, known as the U.S. Space Command, by the end of 2018. But what can be expected from a space force that critics are already calling an “unnecessary and expensive bureaucratic endeavor” when US strategic planners—despite their compounded annual budget of roughly US$1 trillion—have masterminded a decline in military dominance of the five US earth-based military commands?

This decline first became publicly apparent with a string of military announcements that began with Putin’s landmark March 1, 2018 speech in which he talked about “a new generation of missiles,” Russia’s new weapons systems and his country’s advanced military preparedness.

Then on May 9, after Russia again celebrated its annual March of the Immortals, commemorating its World War II fighters in a war in which it suffered over 20 million casualties, President Trump trailed along behind with inane plans for an American military parade, though the US military has not had much to celebrate recently.

Can US strategic planners be counted on to play a winning card in space?

A new book by former Soviet military officer Andrei Martyanov, Losing Military Supremacy: The Myopia of American Strategic Planning, addresses the many failures in US strategic planning and sheds light on the true measurements of military power.

In a review titled “The Real Reason Why the US Must Talk to Russia,” recently published in AsiaTimes/Hong Kong, Pepe Escobar writes:

“Martyanov goes all the way to explain how the latest Russian weapons systems present immense strategic – and historical – ramifications. The missile gap between the US and Russia is now ‘a technological abyss,’ with ballistic missiles ‘capable of trajectories which render any kind of anti-ballistic defense useless.’ Star Wars and its derivatives are now – to use a Trumpism – ‘obsolete.’”

But Losing Military Supremacy provides much more than a dense technological analysis, or a run through corruption or cost over-runs.

As Military analyst The Saker notes:

“Martyanov takes a systematic and step-by-step approach: first, he defines military power, then he explains where the myth of US military superiority came from and how the US rewriting of the history of WWII resulted in a complete misunderstanding, especially at the top political levels, of the nature of modern warfare. He then discusses the role ideology and the Cold War played in further exacerbating the detachment of US leaders from reality. Finally, he demonstrates how a combination of delusional narcissism and outright corruption resulted in a US military capable of wasting truly phenomenal sums of money on “defense” while at the same time resulting in an actual force unable to win a war against anything but a weak and defenseless enemy…”

Martyanov is uniquely equipped to make such an assessment. Born in Baku, USSR in 1963, graduated from the Kirov Naval Red Banner Academy and served as an officer on the ships and staff position of Soviet Coast Guard. In the mid-1990s to the United States where he currently works as Laboratory Director of a commercial aerospace group, and is a frequent blogger on the US Naval Institute Blog.

It’s not just that the Russian military has surged ahead at far less cost, Martyanov contends. Drinking their own propaganda Kool-Aid has left American strategic planners badly out of touch with their own and Russian history, as well as contemporary geopolitics and global re-alignments. This impairs their strategic future planning ability, and of greater concern, raises the possibility of their making faulty and narcissistic assessments and taking mistaken actions.

And that could be a threat to us all.


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Blue Light Introduces Blue Fusion™ for IBM® i2® Analyst's Notebook

Blue Light is now announcing the worldwide availability of Blue Fusion™, a solution demonstrated to save analysts 80% of their investigative time.

Blue Fusion has been demonstrated to save analysts 80% of the time formerly spent connecting to and querying data sources needed for their investigative cycle.”

— Blue Light LLC

FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, August 20, 2018 / — Blue Light LLC, based in Fayetteville, NC, is a preeminent strategic IBM® business partner focused on the IBM® i2® Suite of Analytical software products. Formed in 2004 to provide training and implementation services for Analyst’s Notebook users, Blue Light now supports a worldwide customer base representing all industries, including military/defense, law enforcement, healthcare, financial services, insurance, government agencies and more.

Blue Light now focuses on providing conveniently packaged solutions of i2® Analysts Notebook, iBase, and EIA. These solutions are bundled with our consulting services, which guarantee to have agencies operating quickly, and our comprehensive training programs – ranging from web-based self-paced to web-based or in-person instructor-led and on-site private classes.

Blue Light is now announcing the worldwide availability of Blue Fusion™, a customer installable software solution that addresses a chronic productivity stumbling block for workgroups of 1-10 Analyst’s Notebook users. Blue Fusion, through an intuitive and visual dashboard, manages the connectivity, access, storage and sharing tasks associated to data sources that teams of Analyst’s Notebook users need to access.

Blue Fusion™ includes an internal data warehouse that allows for data that has been accessed from locally connected databases, structured or unstructured files, or via federated searches of live data sources, to be stored and shared among multiple users. Blue Fusion™ has been demonstrated to save analysts 80% of the time formerly spent connecting to and querying data sources needed for their investigative cycle.

Blue Fusion™ can be acquired as an add-on productivity tool for existing workgroups of Analyst’s Notebook or to support federated searches for EIA installations. In addition, Blue Light offers convenient and cost-effective packaging of Blue Fusion™ together with our internationally-recognized training programs, saving customers time and money. Contact Blue Light for more information or to arrange a demonstration

Mark A. Wilson, Director of Sales
Blue Light LLC
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Blue Light – Blue Fusion

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Caring in the Community: Helps Nonprofit Organization Streamline and Centralize Telecommunication System

The Servant Center’s mission is to empower the homeless and disabled, particularly Veterans

The Servant Center’s mission is to empower the homeless and disabled, particularly Veterans

The Servant Center's mission is to empower the homeless and disabled Veterans, so they can become independent and contributing members of the community.

We were extremely happy with our experience with Our agency is service-based, so communication is a critical component of our programs. had us up and running quickly.”

— Stacey Kyser, Director of Marketing and Development at The Servant Center

GREENSBORO, NC, US, August 20, 2018 / —, a pioneering cloud based hosted VoIP telephone company that will celebrate its 20-year anniversary in 2019, announced that it recently completed an important – and highly rewarding – engagement with The Servant Center.

Based in Greensboro, NC, The Servant Center's mission is to empower the homeless and disabled, particularly Veterans, so they can become independent and contributing members of the community through housing, healthcare and restorative services.

The engagement involved installing 22 IP phones in The Servant Center's new office space, and designing a brand new network topology to connect all locations on a single, centralized and streamlined telecommunications system. The team also helped representatives from The Servant Center learn how to use a range of advanced, yet easy-to-use cloud telephone system phone features such as voicemail-to-email, auto attendant, instant messaging and more.

Per its commitment to helping nonprofits carry out their important work in the commitment, provided the required equipment at and below cost. There was also no charge for training and onboarding.

"While there are many reasons that I'm proud to work at, on top of the list is our commitment to helping many nonprofit organizations, such as our ongoing participation in the annual Greensboro Extreme Nonprofit Makeover" commented Rob Mitchell, Business VoIP Sales Engineer at "As a Marine Corps Veteran, our engagement with The Servant Center was particularly meaningful to me. Now that they have a state-of-the-art telecommunications system, The Servant Center is not only saving money, but they can provide even more service and support to Veterans that need their help. It was a very rewarding experience, and will always be near and dear to my heart!"

"We were extremely happy with our experience with," commented Stacey Kyser, Director of Marketing and Development at The Servant Center. "Our agency is service-based, so communication is a critical component of our programs. had us up and running quickly, and made the transition to the new system easy for our employees. was able to get some of the equipment at cost and the technicians donated some of the installation cost, which was a huge savings."'s culture statement includes "Generosity". They understand that giving back to the non-profit community will show their commitment to helping these organizations which might otherwise no be able to take advantage of communications technology available to many other today. As a company commitment they want others to see their company as being generous and with this generosity they support efforts to help select one non-profit organization to offer voice services at a deeply discounted price.

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About The Servant Center

The Servant Center began as an Episcopal Servant Leadership Project with church volunteers working with those experiencing homelessness to apply for SSI/SSDI benefits. Since that time, The Servant Center has grown organically and has stepped in to meet numerous gaps in service. In 1993 The Servant Center became a 501(c) 3 and began operating under a Social Security Administration grant. While working with those on the street experiencing homelessness, with disabilities, it was alarmingly clear that many of those persons were veterans and needed more services than could be provided by a traditional shelter. So, in 1999 the organization opened Servant House, the first transitional housing program in Greensboro. We are still the only transitional program in the area that exclusively serves those with disabilities and prioritizes veteran. The Center spent much of its early history assisting low-income and disabled persons to apply for SSI/SSDI benefits and in 1997 contracted with Cone Health Systems to continue helping their under and un-insured patients, establishing its Disability Assistance Program. The Servant Center often had difficulty finding appropriate housing for its graduates of Servant House. Therefore, The Servant Center has constructed two permanent supportive housing complexes. These complexes offer 17 apartments along with supportive services. In 2005 the Center became involved in coordinating the first Triad Stand Down, a one-day event of comprehensive services to approximately 200 homeless veterans from 12 counties. In 2008 The Servant Center sponsored the AmeriCorps Partners Ending Homelessness, a program in which AmeriCorps members volunteer a year of their lives to serving those in the Guilford County community who are at risk for or are experiencing homelessness and/or food insecurity.

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