Netting News Week 10 - What's New Here?

- Article By: Alex
Netting News Week 10 - What's New Here?
  • environment
  • updates
  • safety

The African elephant is one of the largest land creatures in our current time. Weighing up to 7 tons, and eating up to 300 pounds of food in a single day! While the Elephants may be peaceful creatures that eat plant matter from trees, bushes, and small shrubs.

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Netting News Week 9 - Welcome Spring!!

- Article By: Alex
Netting News Week 9 - Welcome Spring!!
  • Technology
  • Netting
  • Security

The Frederick Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association released a statement that it’s creating a new membership option for its prestigious group. This new option is for what it’s calling Remote Pilots, or better known as Drone Pilots.

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Netting News Week 8 - Listen Close and Let it Ring!

- Article By: Alex
Netting News Week 8 - Listen Close and Let it Ring!
  • Technology
  • Netting
  • News

Styrofoam, plastic toys, bouys, and even a few shoes are just a small list of items found by Close Dubois and James Middleton. The founders of Ocean Legacy Foundation and the crew members have already set a massive clean up effort in the ocean off Vancouver Island.

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Cargo nets at Hacksaw Ridge

- Article By: Ed
Cargo nets at Hacksaw Ridge
  • Movies
  • Military
  • Cargo
  • Netting

Here is an excellent article about World War II Army Pfc. Desmond Doss. I thought I would share this article because it does talk about one of the last campaigns in the Pacific and how using cargo nets, Doss’ battalion climbed a treacherous, 400-foot-high jagged cliff, nicknamed Hacksaw Ridge, to get to a plateau.

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Netting News Week 7 - Flying Cars and New Jobs!

- Article By: Alex
Netting News Week 7 - Flying Cars and New Jobs!
  • Technology
  • Manufacturing
  • News

Upgrades in technology, changes in our country and, the diminishing amount of lower-skilled blue-collar workers are causing some serious problems across our great land. While the trade of manufacturing is growing, and slowly becoming our goldmine industry again.

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