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Oshkosh Corp. vehicles appear in new Batman movie
OSHKOSH, Wis. (AP) - Two of Oshkosh Corp.'s current production vehicles appear in the new Batman movie, "Dark Knight Rises.
UAE Orders 750 M-ATV Vehicles from Oshkosh Corporation
“The UAE is central to our international growth strategy” said John Urias, executive vice president, Oshkosh Corporation and president, Oshkosh Defense. To date, Oshkosh has received delivery orders for more than 9,500 M-ATVs.
United Arab Emirates Orders MRAP All-Terrain Vehicles from Oshkosh Corporation  Business Wire (press release)
UAE orders 750 M-ATVs  Arabian Gazette
Impending military cuts could cost Wisconsin 11000 jobs
Some of Wisconsin's largest employers, including Oshkosh Corp. and Marinette Marine Co., could be directly affected by the spending cuts for military vehicles and combat ships.
A Damning Portrait of For-Profit Higher Education
Mr. Gray's organization, which accredits more than 850 career-oriented colleges, has been in the spotlight recently, since the Career Education Corporation reported problems with the claimed job-placement rates at 49 of its health and art-and-design ...
Why the Morrill Act Still Matters
I wish, too, you'd mentioned the great success of the Rand Corp. in fashioning the "literacy" of depersonalized rationality that has continued to narrow and silo-ize all imaginative range, and grind all human scale out of Taylorized, roboticized ...
The Precarious Profession of University President
The time in office for public-university presidents is shrinking rapidly, notwithstanding the recent reinstatement of the University of Virginia's president, Teresa A. Sullivan.
Mountain State U. to Lose Accreditation
Mountain State University, a small private institution in West Virginia that paid its president like an Ivy League chief, will lose its accreditation next month, barring a successful appeal.
Pierce ending ambulance line and will lay off 325
"We were losing money on every ambulance that we made," said Oshkosh spokesman John Daggett. Oshkosh spent more than $5.7 million moving the ambulance business to Bradenton, from Michigan and Indiana, and refitting the local plant, Daggett said.
Pierce Manufacturing of Bradenton to lay off 325 beginning in November  Bradenton Herald
We Test the Vertical Power VP 400
It's not often that a product is introduced that could potentially increase the chances of a successful landing - one that you can walk away from - in the case of an in-flight emergency.
Marines Pick Colt for New Pistol
The Marine Corps has tapped Colt Defense LLC to make more than 10,000 new Close Quarter Battle Pistols for the service's elite special operations troops.