Valkyrie Warrior, Ray Raquipso was recently chosen to be one of the judges at the VSRA’s lego competition. The 7th Annual Ship Design Competition was held at the Mariners’ Museum in Newport News on March 28th with area schools competing across various categories for Best Design.The kids even included materials pricing and staffing costs in… Read more »
Monthly Archives: March 2013
Cloth-diapering mom, Bryana Guckin and wife of fellow Valkyrian, Matthew Guckin, started Diaper Junction 10 years ago out of her home. Diaper Junction has grown from an Internet–based business with inventory stored in Guckin’s garage to a brick-and-mortar retail enterprise with warehouse facilities. Diaper Junction’s goal is to provide a one-stop-shop for greener diapering for… Read more »
Valkyrie is putting the finishing touches on a Mobile Test Coordination Center that will be used for testing the N-UCAS (Navy-Unmanned Combat Air System) aircraft out on a carrier. It will be situated in the ship’s hanger bay!Valkyrie’s Tech Services Division built this center from 3 Conex boxes which they are going to reassemble on… Read more »
Employers Ignore Economic Clouds — Unemployment Falls to 4-Year Low, but Headwinds PersistBy Brenda Cronin9 March 2013The Wall Street Journal(Copyright (c) 2013, Dow Jones & Company, Inc.) Employers stepped on the accelerator last month, hiring briskly enough to bolster the recovery but likely not enough to prompt the Federal Reserve to turn off its easy-money… Read more »
Team Valkyrie pictured in slide #54 at the recent, Virginia Business, Best Places to Work luncheon. Valkyrie Warriors pictured are Kathleen Daniels, Lesley Washington, Gary Lisota, Dave Streett. http://www.virginiabusiness.com/index.php/multimedia/article/2013-best-places-to-work-awards-luncheon/323089/
Valkyrie listed on Virginia Beach website for Forbes award.
Across the nation men and women who have died in military service to America will be the subject of a month of solemn ceremonies, special events and public recognition that will begin with the first annual “Virginia Run for the Fallen,” a four-day, 236-mile tribute run from Fort Story in Virginia Beach to Arlington National… Read more »