NFL team under investigation for phony military donations

By Military1 Staff NASHVILLE, Tenn.  — A report claims that the Tennessee Titans allegedly falsified their accounts to hide a deal that involved free tickets to NFL preseason games “written off on the team’s books as donations to the military.” According to WTVF, the Titans hired Cole Rubin, a Florida ticket broker, to inflate the tickets’ resale value. There was an alleged arrangement that Rubin would buy tickets to unappealing games in order to keep th ... More

New energy installation will save Army $113M

By Thomas Content Milwaukee Journal Sentinel ABERDEEN, Md. — A $40 million new natural gas power plant to be built by Johnson Controls Inc. at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland is expected to save the U.S. Army $113 million over 19 years, the company said Wednesday. The Army facility northeast of Baltimore broke ground on the project Wednesday. Johnson Controls is building the cogeneration plant and will get paid over time through savings the Army gets from reduced energy costs. Johnson Cont ... More