Images by Ivan Feign
Category: New Scenes, Scenes of the South
Tags: 200 Club, Fireman, military, Valor Award
We invite you to come remember those who served and gave their lives for our country. Visitors will receive an American flag and be encouraged to pay tribute to those who are honored at the museum by placing the flags in the museum’s Memorial Gardens. All active duty military as well as military veterans will be recognized.
Cost: call for further information
More Info: visit www.mightyeighth.org or call 912.748.8888
Tags: Memorial Day, military, Savannah
Local production company Cosmos Mariner debuts the first episode of a new series, “Rock The Marne” which documents area soldiers during a deployment to Iraq.
Cost: $3 suggested donation to Army Relief Fund
More Info: Visit http://www.cosmosavannah.com/ or call 912.231.0888
Tags: Cosmos Mariner, military, Savannah
How does a hobby grow into a multi-million dollar business? For a local weapon manufacturer, it happened when opportunity met preparation and a core group of people believed in one man’s dream.
Marty Daniel describes himself as a “gun guy.” Tall, lanky and unassuming, the Savannah native grew up tinkering with machines and parts, intrigued by the mechanics of firearms and fascinated by how things work and what was needed to keep them working. As he got older, Daniel channeled his interests into Daniel Overhead Doors and Fireplaces, a business that still stands after 20 years. But a new company targeting a completely different market has now replaced the businessman’s former mainstay. Operating from a new manufacturing facility off I-16 in northern Bryan County, Daniel is taking the world’s assault rifle industry by storm.
Category: Business, Jun/Jul 09, The Magazine
Tags: Business, Daniel Defense, guns, military, success
Want to build a soldier’s body without the fatigues? Follow these tips supplied by two of Fort Stewart’s finest.
Fitness and health are often the primary lines of defense for Fort Stewart’s 3rd Infantry Division combat soldiers. Peak levels of strength and endurance can mean the difference between life and death, success or failure. It’s no surprise then that Sergeants 1st class Jeremy St. Julian and Robert Frankforter take their training very seriously. “Physical fitness is our second highest priority,” said Frankforter. “Second only to training.”
Early every morning, St. Julian and Frankforter motivate and move hundreds of soldiers through rigorous exercise regimens specially designed to keep the world’s toughest troopers in peak physical condition. Luckily for those of us with less fight in us than flab, these two soldiers took a break from their rigorous regimes to let The South in on some if their training sessions’ best exercising secrets. Follow these tips and you’ll be in combat condition in no time.
Category: Health, Jun/Jul 09, Lifestyle, The Magazine
Tags: fitness, military, workout
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