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18393
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North Carolina has a long held reputation as America's most military-friendly state, and with good reasons. The armed forces employs more than 10 percent of North Carolina's workforce, and the military's contribution to the state's economy is nearly $24 billion.
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30319
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For the last three years, active military and veterans have come to Ashe County, North Carolina to celebrate a unique military appreciation event. The 2008 Ashe County Armed Forces Tribute recognized all branches of the Armed Forces, and held a live two-way broadcast with military serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. A large Wall of Honor displays the photos and biographies of individual military histories.
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Carolina Banker (HG 2153 N8 C66), Vol. 87 Issue 4, Winter 2008, p7-8, il, por
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36302
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On the road to making life easier for injured military members is autonomous vehicles. Getting this type of vehicle closer to this destination—being completely driverless—is the testing measures. As for the wounded warriors’ destination, in place already is the system’s communication methods to help them make and keep their appointments.