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A Soldier's Christmas

  The entire staff of American Warehouse Systems would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas. We wake up every morning safe with the knowledge that the American Soldier is standing vigilant over our great nation.  We will continue to do everything we can to support our troops and keep them in the forefront of our thoughts everyday.  Please say a prayer for our troops and their families.       Although perhaps a tear jerker, this is a great poem for A Soldier's Christmas.  God Bless. 'Twas The Night Before Christmas, He Lived All Alone, In A One Bedroom House Made Of Plaster And Stone. I Had Come Down The Chimney With Presents To Give, And To See Just Who In This ... Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on December 21st, 2011 :: Filed under: Blog,Military

A Halftime Appreciation For Our Troops

This week’s blog is a video of the West Virginia University’s marching band as they perform a halftime show. The band is saluting the United States Armed Forces, and they come up with a really cool way to convey their appreciation. American Warehouse Systems greatly appreciates all the sacrifices made by the brave men and women of the military and would like to extend our heartfelt thanks for their amazing work. We are so grateful for everything you do for our country. Thank you! American Warehouse Systems is proud to support our troops through high quality material handling systems, dedicated employees and a passion for the greatest nation on earth.  God Bless America! Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on December 15th, 2011 :: Filed under: Blog,Military

Pearl Harbor 70 Years Later

Today is the 70th anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor. On this tragic day in 1941, over 2,000 American soldiers and sailors lost their lives in less than two hours.  The attack on Pearl Harbor was the most deadly attack on American soil, and held that distinction until 9/11/2001. The attack lasted about two hours, but delivered unbelievable devastation. The Japanese managed to destroy vast amounts of Navy equipment, including 200 planes and 20 naval vessels – including 8 massive battleships. The sailors at Pearl Harbor fought back as hard as they could, but there was little they could do to stop the assault. Several ships sunk in the aftermath, leading to the drowning death of many sailors. The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor ... Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on December 7th, 2011 :: Filed under: Blog,History,Military

Giving Thanks for Those Who Serve

Thanksgiving is upon us again and while you’re enjoying a table full of delicious food, family, friends, and football try to reflect on the meaning of the day.  This year please take a moment to be grateful for all the blessings in your life – the food you eat every day, the roof over your head, the clothes you wear, and the family you love. This Thanksgiving please give thanks for the men and women in our armed forces.  Remember them on this festive day; remember the sacrifices they make and be thankful of their willingness to be the "empty plate" at Thanksgiving dinner.   From all of us at American Warehouse Systems; God Bless and Have a Wonderful Thanksgiving.    For All We Have ... Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on November 23rd, 2011 :: Filed under: Blog,Military

EP-3E Aries II Spy Plane

Although not widely publicized, it is very common for countries to keep an eye on each other’s activities. The United States is no exception, and one of their most sophisticated spy planes is the EP-3E ARIES II (Airborne Reconnaissance Integrated Electronic System II). Most of the plane’s information is classified, but there is some information available to the public. Officials have likened the EP-3E to a vacuum because it sucks up all kinds of information. The plane can target a specific geographic area and capture communications of all kinds, including telephone calls, emails, ship-to-shore communication, faxes, and satellite transmissions. Once the information is gathered, it is processed and sent back to military commanders. Sensors, receivers, and dish antennas are used to capture electronic signals. The ... Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on November 18th, 2011 :: Filed under: Blog,Military
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