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November 2012

Happy Thanksgiving Soldier

American Warehouse Systems would like to wish you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving!  While you’re enjoying food, family and football, take a moment out to be thankful for all the things in your life – big or small. We also ask that you take a moment to be thankful for the soldiers who are fighting for our freedom.  Remember the great sacrifices they are making for us and their willingness to defend our country. Happy Thanksgiving!     A Soldier's Thanksgiving   Over there a soldier's thinking Of a time not long ago, When his loved ones got together; 'Twas Thanksgiving Day, you know.   Over there a soldier's dreaming Of a turkey baked just right, Mashed potatoes, golden gravy, Chestnut dressing, pure delight!   ... Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on November 21st, 2012 :: Filed under: Blog,Military

High-Tech Weapon for the Revolution!

During the Revolutionary War, many soldiers carried a version of a flintlock pistol.  By today’s standards, flintlock weapons were very slow and inaccurate.  However, it was one of the most technologically advanced devices in its time. An expert shooter can expect to be able to fire three rounds per minute with this weapon and must be within 15 feet of the target in order to have any accuracy. Check out this video, which demonstrates repeated loading and firing of a flintlock pistol. Thank you for visiting our blog today.  American Warehouse Systems is a proud supporter of the US Military. Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on November 15th, 2012 :: Filed under: Blog,Military

Veterans Day Tribute 2012

With Veteran’s Day fast approaching, American Warehouse Systems would like to extend our deepest gratitude to anyone who has ever served in our military.  Your service and sacrifice are appreciated so greatly and we sincerely thank you for everything you have given for your country.  God Bless America! American Warehouse Systems is proud to support our men and women in uniform. Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on November 9th, 2012 :: Filed under: Blog,History,Military