From the Green Beret Foundation comes the newly released “Prep for Impact Podcast”. This series focuses on prominent figures within the military community, but also in the fields of politics, professional sports, and business. Interviews with leaders and standouts detail inspiring stories of resilience, leadership and preparedness.
When it comes to getting the ideal results on the jobsite, you’ve got to have quality tools. One tool that is essential for many projects is a level. A level is a tool used to determine if a surface is level (parallel to the ground) or plumb (perpendicular to the ground). This is important for ensuring accuracy and precision of any work you do. In this post, we'll cover the different types of levels available, how to use them, and some tips for selecting the right level for your project.
Spec Ops Tools announced a new partnership with the True Patriot Love Foundation - Canada’s foundation for the military community, working to support military members, Veterans, and their families at every stage of their journey. The partnership will align both companies under one mission: to never forget those who serve us and never fail those we do.
Spec Ops Tools announced a new partnership with the Green Beret Foundation (GBF), becoming a Force Multiplier to provide critical resources and funding to support the U.S. Army Special Forces Regiment and its families.
From Vodka and coffee to socks and cleaning supplies, the list of products you can purchase that give back directly to veterans is endless. Many companies donate a percentage of sales to military and vets in need, while other companies will send one product to a vet for every product bought. Read on for more information about brands that support veteran causes.
Veterans can face many challenging issues when transitioning back into a civilian lifestyle. From applying to jobs and re-establishing relationships with family and friends to creating new routines and structure, they need support when facing these unique challenges. But something that veterans don’t often get is the one thing they need the most: closure.