Good News for Service Men & Women just leaving the Armed Forces

Credit: Meg Jones, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel With low unemployment and thousands of job openings, Wisconsin doesn’t have enough workers. And the shortage is likely to get worse as the gray wave of baby boomers continues to retire and drop out of the workforce. “We have a significant amount of open jobs in the state and … Continue reading Good News for Service Men & Women just leaving the Armed Forces

Army veteran, family receive new house from Operation Finally Home

By Marialuisa Rincon, mrincon@chron.com, Photo: Michael Minasi, Staff Photographer / Houston Chronicle Chron.com - U.S. Army Sgt. John Kadleck was a little more than a week from finishing his last deployment in Afghanistan’s Korangal Valley when his unit began taking fire from the Taliban and tribal forces . While under attack from the enemy forces in … Continue reading Army veteran, family receive new house from Operation Finally Home

Chinese stole Navy warfare plans

China hacked a Navy contractor and secured a trove of highly sensitive data on submarine warfare   China's sole operating aircraft carrier leaves Dalian in northeast China for sea trials last month. (Li Gang/Xinhua/AP) By Ellen Nakashima and Paul Sonne -Email the author, The Washington Post Chinese government hackers have compromised the computers of a Navy contractor, stealing massive … Continue reading Chinese stole Navy warfare plans

D-Day: Five things to know on the 74th anniversary

David Vincent, AP Shelby Fleig, USA TODAY, Wednesday marked the 74th anniversary of World War II’s D-Day: the largest invasion by air, land and sea in history. More than 5,000 ships, 11,000 airplanes and 150,000 soldiers from the U.S., Britain and Canada stormed the Nazi-occupied French beaches of Normandy in a deadly surprise attack in World War II. Large events … Continue reading D-Day: Five things to know on the 74th anniversary